In the United States and Britain his most loyal audience tends to be gay men, teenagers and mother-daughter fans. (Several sets turned up at Barnes & Noble.) “There’s a tinge of sadness to their devotion,” he said. “It relates with the alienation that I bring up. So I still feel somewhat subversive, which is nice.”
well i'm not gay, a teenager or a mother-daughter
but i'm certainly a fan of his album Want One
and I think i have an affinity with alienation
so *shrug* so I would say Rufus is *in a Rufus tone the way he says it at the end of Vicious World* "super"
Rufus Wainwright - Music - New York Times