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Troye Sivan works up a sweat, Anthony Bowens’ big flex & all the can’t-miss LGBTQ+ releases this week

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Need a boost to get over Hump Day? The Hot Sheet is Queerty’s midweek pop culture catch-up, highlighting the entertainment stories everyone’s talking about, the ones you might’ve missed, and the notable LGBTQ+ film & TV releases in the days ahead. Here’s everything you need to stay in-the-know:Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.POP EMERGENCY: Lest JoJo Siwa take all the credit for creating “gay pop,” Troye Sivan and Charli XCX are teaming up for what just might be the gayest arena tour ever—and they’re gonna make you sweat! [Sweat Tour]STAR-CROSSED: Following Joe Locke’s Heartstopper-to-Broadway trajectory, Kit Connor has announced he’s heading to the Great White Way this fall, playing none other than Romeo opposite West Side Story‘s Rachel Zegler as Juliet.

And apparently it’s a musical with tune from pop wizard Jack Antonoff? We will be seated! [Queerty]SCREEN QUEEN: Festival favorite Solo is a love letter to Montreal’s lively drag scene, following rising star Simon (Théodore Pellerin) as he juggles his burgeoning career in the limelight, the return of his estranged mother, and a steamy new romance with Oliver (Félix Maritaud).

The film finally hits U.S. theaters on May 24, and there’s a new trailer to prove it!LOOKING FOR… TRAVEL TIPS: Grindr has unveiled a brand-new feature aimed at bringing the “global gayborhood to your pocket.” Called “Roam,” it’ll allow users to temporarily place their profiles in a new location ahead of a trip—the idea being that you can start making plans and connections before you hit the road! [Grindr]GOOD VIBRATIONS: Pop-rock forefathers The Beach Boys were always forward-thinking in terms of exploring inventive new sounds, but were they also one of the first mainstream bands to give us a queer anthem of our own? [INTO]ROYALLY INTRIGUED: Young Royals may be over, but is it possible we haven’t seen the last of “Wilmon”?In an excellent interview on Tommy.

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