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Britney’s Boys

Earlier this year, Britney Spears relaunched her hit Las Vegas show, Piece Of Me, subtitled Remixed. Reimagined. Still Iconic. Photographer James Franklin took her dancers into the Nevada desert for the hottest hitchhiker shoot ever, especially for DNA, and we asked them to spill on all the backstage goss!

Jae Fusz

“The new show is a lot sexier, in my opinion, and isn’t that we all want in a Britney show? There’s no greater high than stepping out on the stage, hearing the crowd roar and feeling the adrenaline pumping.

What I love so much about Britney is that she’s a goof ball. She’s always doing something funny on stage with us and doesn’t take everything so serious. Those moments are always fun for us and I think the audience can really tell we enjoy being on stage and performing together.

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This month we look at the madness of the Orlando shooting. There are plenty of tough questions to ask around homophobia, racism, gun control and terrorism but, in the end, love wins. We celebrate the way the world stood with the LGBTI community, and the positives that have emerged from the tragedy. We hit the road with Willie Gomez and the guys from Britney’s Vegas show in an amazing desert shoot by James Franklin. We also travel to the International Mr Leather competition in Chicago, and discover the delights and dangers of gay Cambodia. It’s the Foxy 40-somethings vs the Slutty 20-somethings in our Man To Man feature, we touch base with UK pop star Jake Quickenden, Opera Australia’s Adrian Tamburini, find out what happened to Madonna’s Vogue boys, and enjoy Archie going gay! We have Red Carpet Wonders from our style department, plus some wardrobe tips for Gay Ski Week. And there’s all your favourites like Dear Diva (she’ll fix ya’), Straight Mate, Nuttier, Burnttoast and Loving. And, of course, sexy boys galore!