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The Mormon-raised lead singer for pop quartet Neon Trees came out as gay in an interview with Rolling Stone in March 2014. "I've always felt like I'm an open book, and yet obviously I haven't been completely," Glenn said at the time. Inspired by the coming out of several professional athletes like Michael Sam and Jason Collins, Glenn went public about his sexuality only several months after he started coming out to family and friends in October 2013. "Yes. I am a happy and healthy Mormon gay pop star. I don't know what it all means, but I'm OK with it," Glenn tweeted the day the interview was published.