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Gin Wigmore

Gin Wigmore The heavily tattooed 29-yearold Gin Wigmore is as rock and roll as her alcohol-inspired name. “I was Ginny up to about 13, and then I became this awful fucking teenager,” she tells us over a long distance phone call, “and I became Gin after falling off a stage in the dark after stealing some gin.”The Australian singer-songwriter recently moved to LA from Sydney, with a couple of guitars and a suitcase, to make her second album Blood to Bone, expanding on her trademark retro soul sound and throwing in some rap-influenced synth and electronic beats into the mix. It lies somewhere between Amy Winehouse and Lykke Li, and the dramatic video for New Rush sees her going full method acting – the only method she knows – with her handsome beardy husband. Which makes us wonder if we can expect an album about marital bliss on the horizon.She laughs before answering: “No. I think there’ll be elements of what love is on the next album. But no, there’s no wedding picture on the album cover of us holding hands and looking into the camera lovingly…” Though she still wants us to change her Wikipedia and announce it as her Christmas album. Stranger things have happened. ginwigmore.com, @ginwigmore

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Two things: it’s the October issue. October, you say? Better start on that Christmas list then! Second: it’s been 20 years since Hollyoaks launched on UK TV. Where has the time gone you ask? We’re not sure either but to celebrate the passing of this year (and the last twenty), we’ve pulled off a blinder and got you not one, two or even three Hollyoaks hotties but a quartet of soapland studs. You’ll instantly recognize both Kieron Richardson and James Sutton – both veterans of GT - having racked up no less than 3 covers and countless in-mag appearance between them; for good reason. Let us also introduce Parry Glasspool and Ross Adams for those of you who aren't yet familiar. Ross is a proper gent in real life but since hitting our screens back in April his character - Scott Drinkwell – has already helped kidnap a baby, lied about his HIV status and tried to come between lovebirds Ste and John Paul (played by Kieron and James). Tsk tsk. We’d say it’s time to stop and catch your breath but before you come up for air, take note: Parry Glasspool. Page 42. GT October. S’all we are saying. Also in this issue – wait there’s more? Yep… We met up with Dannii Minogue backstage before her gig at this year’s Manchester Pride for an exclusive chat. Exclusive means you won’t find it anywhere else, so we’ll leave this here and let you read the full interview, only in this month’s GT. And... Connor Franta Christos Tsiolkas Empire Cuffs Lauren Harries does Sweetie, Darling? Debate: Gay characters Analysis: rentboy.com Heroes: Ben Bradshaw MP Domestic Violence Gay Lego fans James Bond got gay Galantis Also, all stuff you know and love: GT Fitty - Sam Bird Michelle Visage Benjamin Cohen Mikey Walsh Michael Alig The Guyliner Positive Luke PJ Brennan Fit with Chris Jones 2 Lovely Gays Edd Kimber Gastro Gays Edd Kimber Modern Family That should be enough to keep you going for the next four weeks. Enjoy!

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