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Troye Sivan & Jacob Bixenman Couple Up at Vince Men's Fall Collection Celebration!

Troye Sivan happily cozies up to his boyfriend Jacob Bixenman while attending Vince Men’s Fall 2018 Collection Launch Celebration held at the Chateau Hanare on Wednesday (August 22) in West Hollywood.

The 23-year-old Bloom singer and the 23-year-old model were joined at the event by Alexander Ludwig and his girlfriend Kristy Dawn Dinsmore, Sharp Objects star Taylor John Smith, The Hate U Give‘s Lamar Johnson and Big Time Rush member Logan Henderson.

The intimate gathering was hosted by Bruce Pask, Mens Fashion Director, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman and Patrik Ervell, Vice President of Men’s Design for Vince.

Troye is getting ready to drop his brand new album Bloom on August 31.

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Troye Sivan Shares Cute Photo With Jacob Bixenman Ahead of Teen Choice Awards 2018

Troye Sivan walks the pink carpet solo at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards held at The Forum on Sunday (August 12) in Inglewood, Calif.

The 23-year-old singer was on hand to present Love, Simon with the Choice Movie: Comedy award.

Earlier in the day, Troye shared a cute photo with his boyfriend Jacob Bixenman and their dog Nash. The photo was captured while on a hike with Ariana Grande and a few other friends.

“19 days till bloom ❤️,” he captioned the pic.

A couple days prior, Troye released one last track – “Animal” – from his new album Bloom before it’s August 31 release date. Check it out if you missed it!

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FYI: Troye is wearing Saint Laurent.

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Troye Sivan, Thomas Middleditch & More Attend Cinespia Screening of 'Alien'

Troye Sivan poses for a photo with boyfriend Jacob Bixenman at the Cinespia screening of Alien, presented by Amazon Studios, held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Saturday (June 16) in Los Angeles.

The 23-year-old “Bloom” singer was joined by Silicon Valley co-stars Thomas Middleditch and Martin Starr, who appeared to be on a double date and even cuddled together in a photo. Check it out in the gallery below.

Also in attendance were Rowan Blanchard, Hari Nef, Barbara Alyn Woods, and Thomas Dekker with husband Jesse Haddock.

“SOOOO excited to be at Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery to see ALIEN for the 3,000th time. #cinespia @cinespia,” Thomas Dekker shared on Instagram.

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Troye Sivan Talks Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, & Jacob Bixenman in 'GQ Australia'

Troye Sivan gives the camera a smoldering stare on the cover of GQ Australia‘s May 2018 special collector’s edition, available exclusively online for a limited time only.

Here’s what the 22-year-old “My My My!” singer had to share with the mag:

On writing “My My My!” about his boyfriend Jacob Bixenman: “The song is about lust more than it is about love – it’s about that instant attraction. That is fairly normal subject matter for a pop song, but I guess people feel like it’s something new because it’s a same-sex thing. The thing about being an openly gay artist that I’m finding is that you can sort of do anything, and chances are, it hasn’t been done that many times before.”

On Taylor Swift: “A lot of the bad press doesn’t make sense to me. Taylor Swift has always been really lovely to me – super-kind and generous. We have hung out only a couple of times, but she’s just been so open and forthcoming and answered all my questions, because I’m always really interested in what it’s like to be Taylor Swift.”

On Ariana Grande, who features on his track “Dance to This”: “She’s a really good friend. I wasn’t sure there were going to be any features on the album because it felt so personal. But I had this one song and I thought this song really needs Ariana Grande on it. I hate asking people for things, but I plucked up the courage to ask – and I had it like two days later.”

For more from Troye, visit GQ.com.au.

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Jacob Bixenman Opens Up About His Relationship With Troye Sivan

Jacob Bixenman is on the cover of Gay Times‘ March 2018 issue, which is out on newsstands now.

Here’s what the 23-year-old model had to say…

On whether his ‘power coupling’ with Troye Sivan is tough: “At times it is, yes, and it was tougher in the beginning of our relationship because it was more of a crash course for me. We’re both people who share ourselves online but need privacy and really value close personal relationships so balancing that line of how much to give away can be interesting. Otherwise our relationship is really easy.”

On being open about his sexuality in his public life: “That relationship is different for everyone, but I do find it personally important to be transparent about my sexuality online. I didn’t have that many personal models of queerness growing up, aside from stereotypical characters on screen. I think that the more we personalize the image of what it means to be LGBTQ the more people will understand.”

On challenging traditional masculinity: “The idea of what a man is or needs to be is so ingrained into culture and it’s easier to be accepted when you’ve assimilated to that. But there are as many ways to be queer as there are queer people. Male femininity threatens the status quo so I think that sharing and celebrating it really makes people confront their own insecurities. It’s a step in the direction towards actual liberation.”

For more from Jacob, visit GayTimes.co.uk.

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