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04:12 | 23rd October 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 27 Jul, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


We should be using our differences to bring ourselves closer together and not be afraid of something that we don’t know

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Justin Timberlake 'stoked' about gay marriage in NY

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Justin Timberlake has expressed his elation over the recent law change in New York State allowing same-sex couples to marry from last Sunday.

The singer and actor, who is currently promoting his film Bad Teacher, revealed that he was ‘stoked’ that gay couples could now marry in the popular East Coast state.

Speaking to Advocate magazine Timberlake said: "I was stoked that that happened. We should be using our differences to bring ourselves closer together and not be afraid of something that we don’t know.

I have a lot of guy friends who are gay."



He added: "Two of my best friends are a couple, and my conversation with them is, like, it’s unfortunate that things take a while to progress like this, but it was a great victory for equality. I’m proud New York has the balls to stand up for what’s right."


 

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