The GLAAD Wrap: Diana Nyad in new Macy Gray video, Demi Lovato to perform at Teen Choice Awards and more!

Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.

1. Out TV writer and producer Bryan Fuller confirmed that Margot Verger, a lesbian character on NBC's Hannibal will have a love interest in the upcoming Season 3. Verger's character is played by Katharine Isabelle and originally comes from the book series that the show is based off of. Season 2 of Hannibal is available to own on DVD September 16 and Season 3 will air on NBC next year.

2. Out author, journalist and long-distance swimmer Diana Nyad stars as a card shark in Macy Gray's new music video for her song "Bang, Bang." The music video also features a kiss between Gray and another woman towards the end. "Bang, Bang" is the first single off Gray's upcoming album The Way which will be released October 7. Check out the music video below!

3. It was recently announced that singer and LGBT rights advocate Demi Lovato will be performing her song "Really Don't Care" with Cher Lloyd at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards. The music video for the song was shot at this summer's LA Pride festival which honored Lovato as Grand Marshall of the parade.  Along with her performance, Lovato has seven nominations at this year's award show.

4. Credence is a new film directed by Mike Buonaiuto that is challenging the way that LGBT characters are portrayed in science fiction film. Credence tells the story of a same-sex family who is torn apart during the last evacuation on earth after violent storms have made life here impossible. However, because of limited space, only children are allowed to be part of the evacuation and the two fathers have to make the ultimate sacrifice to help their child survive. Credence could use your help to finish up production so check out their Indiegogo page and the trailer below!

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