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Gregg Sulkin

Fresh from MTV’s groundbreaking show Faking It, Gregg Sulkin is taking a break from filming his sexuality-bending new flick to make a splash on the cover of GT. But there’s more than just a pretty face and chiseled body behind this British actor, as we found out when we flew to LA to meet the man himself. In his first-ever gay press shoot and interview, the heartthrob tells us of his quest to educate the ignorant, make the disenfranchised feel more accepted, and escape the clutches of the darker side of Hollywood...

Staring deep into the eyes of a Hollywood heartthrob while he serenades you with a song is a dream come true for most of us. It’s just that when we’re having that dream, the song is usually a little more romantic than Britney Spears’ Baby One More Time.


“My loneliness is killing meeeee…” wails Gregg Sulkin, before collapsing into a fit of laughter. We’re talking gay anthems, and the 23-year-old actor has just picked the Princess of Pop’s 1998 breakthrough hit as his.

“It’s a timeless track,” Gregg explains, “and I’ve seen how gay men react to her – it’s out of control! They love her. I think people have had their doubts about her and her beautiful talent, but she’s always been an entertainer and she does that amazingly. Especially now. She’s still kicking arse!”

Gregg – originally born in London but now living in LA, hence the “arse” – also dubs Britney his favourite diva. And when it comes to his gay hero, he goes for Sir Elton John: “Wow, what a talent. It’s ridiculous. But I also respect what he does for charity.”

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Brit export Gregg Sulkin shows us what he's got in the new issue of GT. The star of MTV's Faking It dazzles us with a stunning exclusive photo shoot and tells us all about his new film Status Update. Also in this issue Ellen Degenres. Zachary Quinto. Out sportsmen talk about homophobia in sport. Charlie Condu. Sarah Harding. Edinburgh fringe guide. WWE's Pat Patterson. Edmund White. Robin Lord Taylor. The problem with PREP. Bethany Black. And don't forget all the regular features: Fitness with Charlie King with Chris Jones. Date night dining with Edd Kimber and the Gastro Gays. The Guyliner. Ask Aled. Benjamin Cohen. Modern Family. PJ Brennan. Sex with Josh Sabarra. Property tips. GT Boyfriend. 21st Century Boys. Plus much more...