Grammy Award winning singer and former “American Idol” Carrie Underwood came out of gay marriage in a recent interview with the British newspaper, The Independent.
Underwood said she believes everyone should have the right to love. She also noted that her church was gay-friendly and it wasn’t her job to judge people.
The country music superstar, however, evidently got a bit of backlash online from her conservative fans and critics. Here’s how she responded to those who weren’t so keen on her gay marriage stance:
Earlier this week GOProud, the gay Republican tea party group, endorsed Mitt Romney for President. That, however, isn’t the shocking part of this story. What will probably surprise you most is how conservatives reacted to homojournalist Dan Savage’s response.
After finding out that GOProud “enthusiastically” endorsed Romney for President calling him “light years better” than President Barack Obama, Savage fired off this tweet: