They married again on July 2013 in California, where the couple currently lives.
Despite being together for 12 years and married for a decade, their marriage is not recognised in Australia.
The Advocate "Truly Madly Gay" by Michael Giltz For years, the lead singer of the band Savage Garden wasn't just in the closet, he was in denial.
Chuck Taylor, a senior correspondent for Billboard and a longtime Hayes supporter, says the time is ripe for a comeback.In other words, it has "dodgy" written all over it.Despite a relatively mild media profile, Savage Garden was once more than legit, selling over 23 million albums around the world in the late 1990s, thanks primarily to two monster hits that Hayes affectionately calls "wedding songs." "Truly Madly Deeply" and "I Knew I Loved You" spent a combined 247 weeks on the adult contemporary charts.Given this new concerted effort to write radio-ready three-and-a-half minute pop songs (check current single , which starts as a tender ballad before morphing into a Coldplayesque anthem), Hayes was eager to refute any notions he’d ‘sold out’. So often people phrase that type of question as ‘Has coming out hurt your career? “Truthfully, I actually think my creativity’s always been intact.It’s the second vintage Madonna track he’s covered in recent years, which begs the question: has coming out given Hayes more freedom to pursue his (sometimes uber-gay) creative interests? My creativity was my outlet, and I never censored myself there.
“I wanted it to sound unmistakably me, but with all the extra fat trimmed off, “Truthfully, I think it can be a lot easier to not be edited.