Troye Sivan is a new Cover Girl now!


Troye Sivan has stepped in front of the camera for a photo-shoot for the magazine HommeGirls.

The vibe of HommeGirls is typically menswear for women. However, this appears to be the first time that the magazine has featured a cis-man leaning into a bit of gender-fluidity.

Short Biography

Troye Sivan Mellet was born on 5 June 1995, in Johannesburg, South Africa, to South African parents of Jewish faith. The family subsequently moved to Australia for safety reasons. Troye attended ‘Carmel School’ after which he started pursuing distance education. He realized that he was gay when he was around 15. Thankfully, his family was supportive and he also escaped the bullying that several other homosexual youngsters go through at school. At the age of 18, he made a coming-out video in which he announced to his fans that he was gay. He is said to be dating model Jacob Bixenman. Along with his three siblings, he currently lives with his family in the Western Australian city of Perth.

In addition to being a famous singer and actor, the talented young man is also a prominent YouTube personality. He often posts his video blogs on the video-sharing site. Already a renowned personality when creating his video blogs, he garnered tens of thousands of followers after posting his vlogs. His YouTube channel is Australia’s third most subscribed channel, after ‘HowToBasic’ and ‘Planet Dolan.’ His video ‘The Boyfriend Tag,’ which he made with fellow YouTuber Tyler Oakley, earned the duo a ‘Teen Choice Award’ under the ‘Choice Web Collaboration’ category.

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan Team Up for ‘Sweat’ Arena Tour, Including Madison Square Garden Show

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan are promising to turn iconic venues into raves on their newly announced “Sweat” tour, which includes a stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

The pop innovators, who have collaborated on songs “1999” and “2099,” will co-headline with Shygirl opening for all dates. According to a press release, the tour is “a celebration of their successes and a testament to their commitment to inclusivity and diversity within the music industry. Fans can expect an electrifying show filled with exhilarating performances, stunning visuals, and infectious beats.” Though a new collaboration between the two artists has not yet been announced, the tour will spark renewed speculation that a new XCX-Sivan track could be on the way.


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