Duran is also respected as a champion of gay rights, coming out on his own show in September 2010.
“I’ve never been truly closeted on the air, it’s just something I never really made a big deal out of because I never felt like I wanted to push an agenda or push it any further than I felt comfortable with,” he told the Huffington Post last August.
I’ve never been truly closeted on the air, it’s just something I never really made a big deal out of because I never felt like I wanted to push an agenda or push it any further than I felt comfortable with.
I’ve always been very comfortable with me and the people I work with and my family have always been very plugged into who I am with my personal life.”“But, you know our show is definitely about being open and honest and offering our listeners a look into our lives so they can understand where we’re coming from.
I never really wanted this to be the “Elvis Duran Is Gay” show –- I’m a gay guy who’s doing a radio show.”“Going through this procedure is a lot of needles, a lot of blood work, a lot of testing. I would not recommend this for anyone unless they truly had to save their life by doing it.” “It’s still kind of a shock.
It’s a lot, And then after the procedure you have to re-teach yourself how to eat. You eat fluids for weeks and weeks and slowly introduce solids into your life.
Moreover, during an interview, Elvis explained his way to come out and accept his sexuality.
I never really wanted this to be the “Elvis Duran Is Gay” show — I’m a gay guy who’s doing a radio show.” THE DAILY GRIND, MILEY STYLE Now she knows how Robin Thicke feels.Described as looking like “houses in the sky,” the building has 145 condominium residences for millionaires, priced between .5 million and a whopping million.“Elvis is doing pretty well for himself,” our source says.” PHOTOS: MILEY CYRUS ROCKS BOWL CUT IN LOS ANGELES: MILEY'S WILDEST MOMENTS From left, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt and Southside Johnny at a concert in New York." src=" Mc Gowan is in Park City, Utah, to promote the short film “Dawn,” which marks the “Charmed” actress’ directorial debut./img/http Image/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_635/bruce-springsteen-steven-southside-johnny.jpg" / BRUCE HARKS BACK TO ‘STONE’ AGE The Boss worked overtime this weekend, playing a Saturday-night benefit against Parkinson’s disease at Asbury Park’s Paramount Theatre. The dinner gala also honored actress Cheryl Hines, documentary maker Rory Kennedy and writer-director David Wain .