The best name of any kind I've ever heard is Tranna Wintour, so that's already a big plus. On top of it, Tranna turns in a long, meaty interview with disco diva France Joli (also no slouch in the moniker department). See, not every disco queen is dead this year—long live France, who's most famous for "Come to Me"!
Joli says of her LGBT following:
"There’s a chemistry that I cannot explain and it will be there forever. I have such a great appreciation for the LGBT community—for who they are, what they lived and what they are still living. I am a better person as a result of having had such a close a relationship with the community. What I love most about the community is their appreciation for talent. It doesn’t matter what race you are, if you’re fat, old or whatever—if there’s talent in front of them, that’s all that matters. I’m not the skinny little 16 year old I used to be but when I go up on stage in front of a gay crowd, everything disappears. What they see is my talent and my soul. It’s like they have binoculars that can see through me, right to my gut."
The Q&A comes in time to promote France's dancey version of "Hallelujah", a song I figured I could go without ever hearing again and yet which is nicely transformed in this arrangement: