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Troye Sivan Says He’s ‘Very Very Down’ to Do a Song With Jungkook & Jimin of BTS

Click here to read the full article. Troye Sivan is down to collaborate with the BTS boys — two of them, to be exact. On Thursday (May 12), the “My My My!” singer sat down for iHeart Radio’s Ask Anything chat to answer some of his fans’ most pressing questions, including one that inquired if he would be interested in working with Jungkook and Jimin on something in the future. “Jungkook and Jimin often speak about how much they love your songs. Thoughts on working with them in the future?” Sivan read before replying, “I would love that. I really, really,...
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Aussie performer Troye Sivan stars in ‘coming of age’ film, Three Months

Aussie singer, songwriter and actor, Troye Sivan, has a new film out today. Three Months – available on streaming service Paramount+ – is Sivan’s first film since he hit screens back in 2018 in Joel Edgerton’s conversion-therapy drama, Boy Erased. Three Months sees Sivan playing Caleb,...
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Troye Sivan releases his latest single ‘Wait’ featuring Gordi

Troye Sivan has released the single, ‘Wait’, featuring folktronica singer/songwriter Gordi. The track is taken from the soundtrack to the film ‘Three Months’, which stars Sivan. “Wait” is the follow-up to the release of Sivan’s latest track, “Trouble” and was also written by Sivan for the...
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‘Three Months’ review: A big career step for Troye Sivan

The biggest takeaway from “Three Months,” an open-hearted new teen drama on Paramount+, is that Troye Sivan has real acting chops. The relatability and cheeky boyishness that make the “Bloom” singer such an appealing musician leap effortlessly to the screen, and would knock ’em dead in countless other roles. (He also appeared in the film “Boy Erased,” but in a much smaller part that didn’t seize his personality.)
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First Out: New Music From Kehlani, Troye Sivan, Cavetown & More

As February draws to a close, freshen up your upcoming spring playlists with a few new songs from your favorite queer artists. Billboard Pride is here to help with First Out, our weekly roundup of some of the best new music releases from LGBTQ artists. From Kehlani‘s stunning new single,...
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Troye Sivan And Gordi ‘Wait’ In Love On Their Dreamy New Collaboration

On the heels of his new movie Three Months, which premiered Wednesday on Paramount+, Troye Sivan has released a new song. On “Wait,” taken from the movie’s soundtrack, Sivan teams up with fellow Australian singer-songwriter Gordi as they reel over the joys and woes of growing in love.
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Listen to Troye Sivan and Gordi’s new collaboration ‘Wait’

Troye Sivan has linked up with fellow Australian singer-songwriter Gordi for a collaborative single titled ‘Wait’. The shimmering, nostalgic pop cut sees Sivan and Gordi trade verses before harmonising on its pre-chorus and refrain, singing: “One thing I am sure of, for you I’ll wait.”. ‘Wait’...
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Troye Sivan Releases New Song ‘Wait’ Featuring Gordi

Troye Sivan has shared a new song called “Wait,” which features Australian folktronica singer/songwriter Gordi. The track swiftly follows the release of last week’s “Trouble” and, like its predecessor, was written by the acclaimed Aussie pop star for the soundtrack of the new film Three Months. Both tracks were produced by Styalz Fuego, who has previously worked with the likes of Imagine Dragons, Khalid, EXO, and The Knocks.
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Troye Sivan Wants to Change the Stigma Around HIV

Australian Singing sensation Troye Sivan has his first big role in the new film Three Months. Sivan stars as 17-year-old Caleb who has to wait three months to find out if he's positive for HIV. The film follows Caleb during those three months as he experiences a lot of anxiety and shame about potentially contracting the disease.
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