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The 1975 Lead Singer Matty Healy Makes Out With Male Fan on Stage

The 1975 Lead Singer Matty Healy Makes Out With Male Fan on Stage

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But this isn’t Healy’s first time kissing male fans during concerts.

Matty Healy is getting up close and personal with his fans.

At back-to-back concerts on the band's current At Their Very Best North American Tour, The 1975 frontman has locked lips with excited fans, and this time, the kiss was with another man.

While the band was performing their song "Robbers," Healy found a fan and brought him onstage. After a short slow dance, the two leaned in for a passionate kiss, leaving the fan with a huge grin.

When the fan stepped away, Healy kissed him one more time, before allowing security to guide him off stage looking head over heels.

This is far from the first time Healy has done this. Back in 2019, Healy made out with a male fan at a concert in Dubai, where homosexuality is illegal and punishable by up to ten years in prison.

While Healy is happy to keep kissing men on stage, he doesn't identify as gay. "I see things as objectively beautiful, so men can be objectively beautiful," he told Attitude. "Sometimes I see men and I'm like, 'F*ck me, he's peng!'"

"Then sexuality gets changed for me because I would, and have, kissed beautiful men, but I don't want to f*ck them. It stops for me when it comes to [sex]."

He says his open-minded attitude about sexuality comes from the way he was raised. His parents are actor Tim Healy and former Coronation Street star Denise Welch, who had a large group of gay friends.

"My mum's crew was kind of the gay 'Illuminati' of the Groucho Club. I'd slept in the bar there more times than I can remember by the time I was 15," he said.

"The first time I ever noticed a sexy kiss in real life was between two guys," he continued. "They were mum's mates, who were dancers in a show. When I look back, these are really formative experiences for people because it's what you identify as 'normal.'"

The 1975 continue their tour in Los Angeles next. Will you be the lucky fan who gets called up on stage?

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