Frenchie Davis, a contestant on the
first season of NBC's talent contest The Voice, has posed for
the NOH8 Campaign, which raises awareness and funds for gay rights
causes, including ending California's 2008 voter-approved gay
marriage ban, Proposition 8.
In a recent interview with the St.
Louis Post-Dispatch, Davis, 33, discussed for the first time her
relationship with another woman.
“I wasn't out before the
relationship, but I wasn't in,” she said. “I dated men and
women, though lesbians weren't feeling the bisexual thing. Now I'm
in love with a woman I think I can be with forever.”
The campaign's Adam Bouska and his
partner Jeff Parshley photograph celebrities, politicians,
professional athletes and everyday folks with their mouths duct taped
and the campaign's familiar “NOH8” slogan often written on one
In her photograph, Davis is wearing a
sleeveless white dress and giving the peace sign.
Last month, Davis released her first
single, Love's Got a Hold on Me, from her debut album Just
Celebrities who have recently joined
the NOH8 Campaign include actor LeVar
Burton, Minnesota Vikings punter Chris
Kluwe, singer LeAnn
Rimes, actor Taye
Diggs, actor James
Van Der Beek, actress Aisha
Tyler, Glee's Nene
Leakes, singer Miley
Cyrus, Hot in Cleveland's Valerie
Bertinelli, Wendie Malick and Jane Leeves, singer Courtney
Love and Meghan
and Cindy McCain.