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Pedro Pascal opens up about his bromance with Omar Apollo & that time he auditioned for ‘Looking’

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God Said No, featuring a penultimate track intriguingly titled “Pedro.”Given the pair’s well-documented friendship, the minds of Gay Twitter™ ran wild, wondering if the song was actually about the The Last Of Us star—maybe even a *gay gasp* love song?Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.While Rolling Stone reported Pascal featured on the album, Apollo cleared things up, confirming to ABC News’ Gio Benitez that God Said No‘s final song “Glow” would include a “spoken word intro” from the actor, sharing “a grief in his life or a story in his life.” (Whether or not said intro is actually part of that track, or is the standalone “Pedro” remains unclear).Recently, GQ ‘s Raymond Ang had the opportunity to ask Pascal himself about the collab, confirming that the actor has sung at least once before—during a press interview for Wonder Woman 1984, crooning along to Prince’s “Purple Rain.” (We were in the thick of lockdown, it was a weird time!)Pedro Pascal singing Purple Rain and getting sassy#PedroPascal #WW84 #wonderwoman1984 while he was tight-lipped on any further details about the God Said No track or the story told therein (we’ll have to wait ’til the album release on June 28 to know more), he was more than happy to dish on his friendship with Apollo:“Omar is a very good friend of mine,” Pascal shared. “I love his music.

He’s also like me, someone who grew up bilingual… And so I love being a friend in each other’s journeys, and uplifting whatever I can creatively, supporting whatever creative experience that he’s having as a friend, as an artist, as a Latino, as a Spanish speaker.

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