Sam Smith Seen Out and About in NYC Kissing ’13 Reasons Why’ Star Brandon Flynn

Sam Smith Seen Out and About in NYC Kissing ’13 Reasons Why’ Star Brandon Flynn

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Sam Smith was seen out and about New York City today smooching 13 Reasons Why star Brandon Flynn. The pair were spotted casually canoodling in Greenwich Village by TMZ.

Smith recently released new music. The new track “Too Good at Goodbyes” was released on Sept. 8, 2017. It is the lead single from his upcoming second studio album that has to be named or have a release date.

“It’s been a long while since I’ve put any music out and I feel that this first single sets the tone of what is to come,” said Smith in a statement.

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“The song is about me and about a relationship that I was in,” he recently told Beats 1. “I think I’m even more single than I was when I released In the Lonely Hour… I’m insanely single.”

Obviously, something has changed in his life, as photos of his PDA session with 23-year-old American actor Brandon Flynn have been circulating the web.

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Flynn, who played Justin Foley in the Netflix teen suicide drama series 13 Reasons Why, recently came out in an Instagram post about Australia’s same-sex marriage vote.

While he didn’t specify his exact sexual orientation, he repeatedly referred to the LGBTQ community as “Us,” writing: “We’ve been scared shitless our whole lives thanks to all the stigmas that surround Us.”

Referring to a sky-written message he saw in Australia opposing marriage equality, Flynn wrote via Instagram:

We’ve fought, we’ve come out bravely even in our fear, and you wrote a message in the sky because you’re scared. Equality takes courage, it worries me that too many people in this world lack the balls to stand up for what is right. #fuckhate

Smith will perform as the musical guest on this week’s episode of the NBC sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live.

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