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In Emeli Sandé’s version of events, you can find love and success when you come out

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A post shared by Emeli Sandé (@emelisande)This profile is part of Queerty’s 2022 Out For Good series, recognizing public figures who’ve had the courage to come out and make a difference in the past year, in celebration of National Coming Out Day on October 11.Name: Emeli Sandé, 35Bio: There wasn’t a bigger U.K.

musical act in 2012 than Emeli Sandé. She had already made waves collaborating with artists such as Chipmunk and Wiley, but when the Scottish singer released her debut studio album, Our Version Of Events, she skyrocketed into superstardom.

The album was lauded for its honest and raw takes, traversing lyrical themes of religion, love, loss, and fame over soulful belts.

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