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Billy Porter Explains the Stories Behind the Photo | Billboard

Mr. Nimbus | 12/13/2023

Billy Porter explains the stories behind these photos with Billboard.

Billy Porter:
Hey, everybody! Billy Porter here, and this is Behind the Photos.

Here’s one of me in London. I don’t know what that building is. It’s like a big muckety-muck government building, I think on the bridge, and we took over the bridge for some social media content for the release of the “Broke a Sweat” single. And this is Robert Wun I’m wearing, and I look cute.

This one is very magical. Yes, that is Meryl Streep, Victor Garber and one of my besties, Wilson Cruz, and we were all at the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue at the beginning of the month for Banned Book Month. Victor, Meryl and I read passages — two passages each — from banned books, and Wilson was on a panel about how we combat the ridiculousness of that.

This is a picture of me and my mom, at my Black Mona Lisa: Volume One concert in New York City at the Beacon Theatre. My mother is disabled and she lives in a nursing home, and this was the first time that she was out of the nursing home in almost three years, and she was able to come and see my show. This was a very special moment because she was like, “I love you and I’m tired!” That’s my mom!

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