Mean Girls star Daniel Franzese recorded a parody of a song by Sam Smith, about trying to get a gay party going.
The actor – who played the ‘too gay to function’ character Damien in the cult classic, released Smith’s Stay With Me parody, called Please Go Home.
The song – which also features members of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus – revolves around Franzese trying to sack a man he had a relationship with the day before.
He understands the lyrics, âYes, that’s right, I just had a one-night stand. I woke up with the face of another man.
âLast night didn’t quite go as planned. I should have stayed home, spent some time with my hand.
“Oh, don’t you want to go home? I want to be alone.”
Franzese came out in April this year in a letter to her character from Mean Girls, ten years after the film’s release.
He wrote: âI was twenty-six; you were sixteen. You were proud of who you were; I was an insecure actor. You became an iconic figure that people admired; I wish I had had you as a role model when I was younger. I might have been easier to be gay growing up.
Sam Smith was released in May, revealing his album is about a man he fell in love with.
Smith has spoken out against hookup apps before, saying, âNo offense to people who use Tinder, but I feel like it ruins the romance, really.
âWe’re losing the art of conversation and being able to go talk to people and you drag people.
âStop Tinder and Grindr! “