TOP TEN SINGLES OF 2011
We've not counted any of your votes, all expert panels have been ignored and the results are in - here is GT's arbitrary list of ten songs that have defined 2011.
Nicola Roberts - Lucky Day
Gay credentials: THAT hairflick.
Best lyric: "woah woah woah woah / mwah mwah mwah mwah"
Betty White (featuring some old gal called Luciana) - I'm Still Hot
Gay credentials: It's a crying, talking, sleeping, walking Golden Girl!
Best lyric: "I may be a senior, so what? I'm still hot."
Lady Gaga - Born This Way
Gay credentials: Gurl, please.
Best lyric: "You're Lebanese, you're orient" (incidentally it feel like this song is about a decade old now, but no. Not even 12 months old)
Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend
Gay credentials: Tireless campaigner and advocate for seemingly easy to replicate dance moves (that look hideous when executed by drunk homosexuals), this year she gave us the floor hump.
Best lyric: "Don't you even try to explain how it's so different when we kiss"
Marina & The Diamonds - Radioactive
Gay credentials: The whole wig/mask thing.
Best lyric: "I'm the one who left you, you're not the one who left me"
Kelly Clarkson - Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)
Gay credentials: She loves the gays (but she couldn't eat a whole one).
Best lyric: "WHAT DOESN'T KILL YOU MAKES YOU STRONG-GAH, STAND A LITTLE TALL-LAH, DOESN'T MEAN AHM LONELY WHEN AHM ALONE"
Azealia Banks - 212
Gay credentials: TBC.
Best lyric: "What's your dick like hommie, what are you into?"
Patrick Wolf - Together
Gay credentials: He has a penis. And he is going to marry a boy.
Best lyric: "True love knows no sacrifice"
Rihanna - S&M
Gay credentials: There hasn't been a redhead this beloved of gays since Abba.
Best lyric: ____________________
Calvin Harris ft Kelis - Bounce
Gay credentials: See the G-A-Y Late playlist, Calvin has been inducted into the fold. Kelis just held the door open.
Best lyric: "do-da-do-de-do-de-do-doo"
*Runners up / deliberately excluded*: Adele, Katy Perry, Florence and her machine and that Lana Del Rey creature. ENOUGH ALREADY.