Matthew Morrison's first solo album, Where It All Began, has been out for a month, and he's still promoting the sweet standards and ballads so that it reaches beyond his Glee fan base. And if you need more motivation for picking up a copy, which was released on pal Adam Levine's label, Morrison's donating a portion of the proceeds to the HRC and its campaign for LGBT equality.
So, curious how gay things get in straight Morrison's world, the Dallas Voice asked him whether he's ever performed at a gay wedding. It seems, naturally, MM's crooning talents are in demand by the same-sex nuptial set: "I have performed at a gay wedding. And my massage therapist and his partner are planning a wedding in the next year or so and I plan on singing at their wedding, too... I’m gonna leave it up to them. But I’m taking requests!"
But the even more important question, who has a stronger gay male fan base, Morrison or Levine (who Out featured on its September 2011 cover)? "I would give myself the advantage coming from the theater world and stuff, but he’s younger and more attractive than I am, so I give him the advantage that way," Morrison explains. "It depends on what gay genre you’re looking at. If you like the tattoo kind of thing, he’s your guy. If you like the clean-cut kind of guy, that’s me."
So, it begs the question: Who would you pick Adam or Matt?
Watch Morrison's video for his upbeat, doo-wop ditty "It Don't Mean a Thing" below: