Cover problems

It’s been nearly three years since Harry Styles donned a dress for the cover of Vogue, but Billy Porter is still bristling over it. He argues that the singer only scored the coveted spot because he’s “white and cute.” During a recent chat with The Telegraph, the Emmy winner trashed Vogue and its editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, for allegedly failing to recognize the LGBTQ+ community’s contributions to fashion. “It’s not Harry Styles’ fault that he happens to be white and cute and straight and fit into the infrastructure that way. … I call out the gatekeepers,” Billy said.

Harry, for the record, has never publicly addressed his sexuality. “It doesn’t feel good to me,” Billy said. “You’re using my community  — or your people are using my community — to elevate you. You haven’t had to sacrifice anything.” Billy also took aim an Anna, saying they had a conversation about inclusivity a few months before Harry appeared on the cover. “That b**** said to me at the end, ‘How can we do better?’ And I was so taken off guard that I didn’t say what I should have said,” he recalled.

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