Troye Sivan’s saucy tour antics are going viral on Gay Twitter.

On 29 May, the Australian pop star kicked off his Something to Give Each Other Tour in Lisbon, Portugal, where he was met with a rapturous response for simulating oral sex on stage and making out with one of his backing dancers.

The former occurred during a performance of his song ‘Got Me Started’, with Troye singing into a microphone held at the crotch of a dancer, while he locked lips with another for ‘Rush’.

Although the microphone-related moment received a bit of controversy online from miserable people, a majority of social media users praised Troye for his queer antics.

One fan celebrated the strides that the LGBTQIA+ community has made towards wider acceptance in the music industry, acknowledging how Adam Lambert once got “tore up for kissing a boy” at the 2009 AMAs.

“Now look at the gaybies,” they wrote, “living their best and most authentic pop star lives!”

In response to a viral tweet’s caption about the performance being “so gay”, another wrote: “Like yeah, he’s gay, the song’s gay, the audience is gay… did you expect anything else but gay?”

Check out the viral tweet here.

The tour is in support of Troye’s lauded third album Something to Give Each Other, which spawned the two aforementioned singles, ‘One of Your Girls’ and ‘Honey’.

The setlist also includes anthems such as ‘My My My!’, ‘Bloom’, ‘What’s The Time Where You Are?’ and ‘STUD’, his two Ariana Grande collaborations, ‘Supernatural’ and ‘Dance to This’, and Charli XCX feature ‘1999’.

Check out the European tour dates for the Something to Give Each Other Tour below, and buy tickets here.

5 June – Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden

9 June – Sportovní Hala Fortuna – Královské Vinohrady, Czech Republic

11 June – Velodrom – Berlin, Germany

12 June – Sporthalle – Hamburg, Germany

14 June – Zenith – Munich, Germany

15 June – The Hall – Zurich, Switzerland

17 June – Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

18 June – Mitsubishi Electric Halle – Dusseldorf, Germany

20 June – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands

22 June – AO Arena – Manchester, UK

23 June – OVO Hydro – Glasgow, UK

25 June – 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland

27 June – OVO Arena Wembley – London, UK

28 June – Utilita Arena – Birmingham, UK