The GLAAD Wrap: New music from Superfruit, MNEK, Years & Years, Kehlani, and Ben Platt, trailers for 'The Bold Type,' 'Killing Eve' and more!

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

1) Netflix released the film The Breaker Upperers today. The story follows Mel, who is bisexual, and Jen, two women who originally met when they realized they were being two-timed by the same man. They then formed The Breaker Upperers, a business that breaks up couples for money. Watch the trailer below.

2) Isn’t It Romantic hits theaters this week. Out actor Brandon Scott Jones plays Donny, the gay neighbor and best friend of the lead played by Rebel Wilson. Watch the trailer below.

3) Draw with Me, a short documentary, focuses on educating the public on LGBTQ awareness and how to be an ally through the experiences of Brendan Scholl. The 20-minute short doc will be screened at future film festivals. Watch the abbreviated version below.

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4) The Killing Eve season two trailer dropped on Thursday. Villanelle and Eve are back at it again, their obsession with each other growing even stronger. The season premiere airs April 7 on BBC America. Watch the trailer below.

5) Netflix’s Queer Eye will be back for its third season on March 15. This time around, the team will be off to transform lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Watch the trailer below with a special new song from Carly Rae Jepsen.

 

 

6) Andi Mack’s Cyrus Goodman became the first character on Disney Channel to say the words “I’m gay” in Friday’s episode. The episode was written by Jonathon Hurwitz, who wrote a guest post for GLAAD sharing details about how his personal experiences influenced the scene. Watch the scene below.

7) The season three trailer of The Bold Type finally dropped on Tuesday. Kat, Jane, and Sutton are back with their heartwarming and hilarious antics yet again. The season premiere is on April 9 on Freeform. Watch the trailer below.

8) An episode of TLC’s new show Drag Me Down The Aisle will feature four drag queens helping a bride to be create her perfect wedding day. Starring BeBe Zahara Benet, Thorgy Thor, Jujubee, and Alexis Michelle as the wedding experts, the show will premiere on March 9 on TLC.

9) Musician and actor Ben Platt publicly came out this week with the release of the music video for his song “Ease My Mind” on Wednesday. The video features Platt and out actor Charlie Carver, showing the two in the ups and downs of a relationship. “If I was going to write about people I loved, I wasn’t going to pretend they weren’t men just because I hadn’t talked about that before," Platt told People. The album gave Platt his “first opportunity to represent my relationships and the men that I’ve loved,” he also said. “I only wanted to take this leap if I was going to present every part of myself.”  “Ease My Mind” is from Platt’s debut album Sing to Me, available on March 29 here. Watch the video below.

10) Out musicians MNEK and Olly Alexander (Years & Years) released a new song and video this week, "Valentino." The video tells the story of Valentine's Day gone wrong. MNEK starts a limited North American tour next week, and Olly (and Years & Years) are currently playing internationally. Check out "Valentino" below.

11) Out singer Kehlani’s new mix While We Wait will be released February 22. Her song “Butterfly” will be featured on the album, listen below. In other music news, ally Kacey Musgraves dropped the video for "Rainbow" this week which includes a queer teen.

12) Superfruit dropped a new video this week for the track "The Promise," and the video stars out skating legend Adam Rippon. The song is a cover of When in Rome's original version from 1987. You can find "The Promise" on all music platforms, check out the video below.

13) The Backstagers will return in the graphic novel The Backstagers and the Final Blackout on October 1. The novel focuses on a prep school stage crew who face both pre-teen/teenage problems and paranormal activity. This is the third edition in the series, which examines what it’s like to find your place in the world as an outcast. The second Backstagers novel, The Backstagers and the Theater of the Ancients, hits shelves March 19.

 

 

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