Brooke Eden On Coming Out In The Country World

Tione Zylstra
June 9, 2024

Queer country artist Brooke Eden was told she would lose her career if she came out, according to a candid interview where she opened up to Us Weekly about what Pride month means to her.

Brooke Eden A woman with long blonde hair, wearing a white off-the-shoulder top and detailed, fringe denim pants, sits on a teal stool against a soft, gradient blue background.
Photo Credit:
Ford Fairchild


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