Dannii Minogue has announced that profits from ‘We Could Be the One’, the theme song of ‘I Kissed a Boy’, will be donated to Switchboard.
The new BBC Three series made history as the UK’s first-ever same-sex dating show. Hosted by Dannii and narrated by Bad Education star Layton Williams, ‘I Kissed a Boy’ follows 10 singletons who are paired up and share a kiss the first time they meet. “No small talk.
No messages. Just one kiss to test out their chemistry straight away. Will it be a polite peck? Or a passionate snog? And ultimately, will that first kiss lead to love?” reads the synopsis. “I Kissed a Boy is packed with explosive drama, gripping cliffhangers and powerful untold stories – from coming out in a strict religious family, to the pressures of body image in the gay dating scene, to navigating self-acceptance, sex and first same-sex relationships.” READ MORE: “Camp, camp and more camp!”: Dannii Minogue on historic gay show I Kissed a Boy In an exclusive interview with GAY TIMES, Dannii previously described the show as “camp, camp and more camp!” “Just when you thought it wasn’t camp enough, in comes a Minogue!” she continued. “It’s such a great show.
I am so proud of it. I am so proud of BBC Three for finally putting this on because it’s time. I can’t believe it’s taken this long, from everybody wanting a gay dating show to there actually being one.