Singer-songwriter Mary J. Blige supports the inclusion of gay marriage in the 2012 Democratic Platform.

The 41-year-old Blige performed at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Before taking the stage, the multi-platinum recording artist was asked her thoughts on the platform's nod to gay nuptials by Yetta Kurland, host of the Yetta Kurland Live! radio show.

“I think it's wonderful,” the Grammy award-winning singer answered. “I think people that support love … It's amazing. It's love.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Blige, who'll appear on the upcoming third season of the NBC reality talent contest The Voice, in 2007 told gay glossy The Advocate that she supports her gay fans.

“The majority of my fans are gay. The majority of them are, and I have to really make sure that they know I'm paying attention to the fact that they support me, and I support them,” she said.

(On the Net: Yetta Kurland Live!)