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Kylie gets existential, Troye bares his body, Patrick Cowley returns: Your weekly bop roundup

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this gay? That’s a rhetorical question, but the queer energy is undeniable amongst today’s biggest releases. Just when we were getting ready to ring in the first days of fall with a fuzzy throw blanket and pumpkin spice-scented poppers candles, these certified bops arrived to summon us to the dance floor.Obviously, the Gay Twitter™ discourse of the weekend is sure to revolve around the latest offerings from a certain Aussie queen and kiwi king.

Still, variety is the spice of life, and there’s a bevy of bops to dive into from our favorite LGBTQ+ popsters and allies. Whether you want to reminisce, blast off to another place, or well, just sit, we’ve got you covered.Cancel your meetings, down your iced coffee, and get ready to dance.

It’s time to spill this week’s edition of “bop after bop”….We spent all summer padaming our hearts out, and now Kylie Minogue‘s sixteenth album Tension is finally here.

Thank the pop music gods! The Aussie icon felt “love, searching and abandon” while making the dance-pop record, which builds on the euphoria of 2021’s Disco.

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