Sanjaya Malakar Former “American Idol” Star is Supporting LGBTQ Youth After Coming Out as Bisexual

Sanjaya Malakar, a former “American Idol” star is supporting LGBTQ Youth, after coming out as bisexual. To keep his admirers, he got instructions to maintain his nature a secret.

Let’s find out more about this support.


The “American Idol” Supporting LGBTQ

Sanjaya Malakar, a former “American Idol” star is supporting LGBTQ Youth, after coming out as bisexual. He aspires to play a significant role for  LGBTQ people.

Sanjaya Malakar, 32, was a divisive character from season 6. To keep his admirers, he got instructions to maintain his nature a secret. After many years, finally, he raised his voice.

Malakar’s central point is that “no one can navigate your sexuality but you.” He wishes to assist LGBTQ youngsters going through the exact challenges he did as an adolescent. 

Sanjaya Malakar has left the spotlight for some time and is currently a confectioner and a tapster. He will be returning to the Film industry, but Sanjaya Malakar is being cautious since he doesn’t want to be a laughing stock.

He wants to concentrate on spreading encouraging words to youngsters.

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What did Sanjaya Malakar say?

Sanjaya says that among the ways he sees himself assisting LGBTQ adolescents are working with children, and performing at charity events for the LGBTQ society.

He wishes to present on Television programs so he can discuss how he dealt with his orientation while competing on “American Idol.”

Sanjaya Malakar claims that interacting with children is his most fulfilling work. Since “AI,” he contributed to a post-school project assisting children with stage fright-averse.

Sanjaya Malakar
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Sanjaya Malakar reportedly showed up on “The Adam Sank Show,” and discussed how his PR team advised him to maintain his gender identity hidden.

It occurred, while he was on “AI” since fans theorized that he was bisexual.

Sanjaya Malakar shares that the incident was devastating. However, now that he is at ease with his orientation, he believes he is ready to take charge of his tale.

He claims that stepping out to the world has relieved him of a tremendous burden. Also, his near and dear ones are encouraging.

Sanjaya’s Struggle as a Bisexual

Being bisexual, Sanjaya’s life was not easy. He grew up in an environment where being gay was normal, but still faced difficulties.

However, there was less respect for LGBT+ people in 2007 and a more rigid concept of orientation.

Sanjaya Malakar
Sanjaya Malakar (Credit: Shutterstock)

“I grew up in a time when being called a f—– in school was the worst thing that could ever happen to you. You had to be as hyper-masculine as possible to fit in,” Malakar informed. “And coming up in 2007, it was like, ‘Being gay is OK, but you have to define yourself, and there’s this or that.”


Sanjaya Malakar had the choice of being normal or bisexual, both of which felt entirely wrong to him. It was self-doubt that dated back to his early years when many of his peers were constantly attempting to categorize him.

Sanjaya Malakar claimed that he was “raised by women” and was immediately assimilated into the art scene. He also stated that he lacked any male figures who could tell, “This is how you are a boy.” Furthermore, he asserted that eroticism was imposed on him from an early age.


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