Mika has apparently been surprised and confused that gay audiences haven't flocked to worship him:
"I just hope all that can change in the future."
Perhaps, Mika, at a time when gays are being beaten up and arrested in Moscow, the gay audience are less attracted by your stupid hair and artfully chosen shirts, and more turned off by your pathetic "don't ask, don't tell" stance. Nobody cares if you're gay or you're straight, or bi, or asexual, but your current apparent treatment of being gay as some sort of birthmark to be covered up with tittering and "confusing" people is tiresome and weak, and offers power to those who would shove homosexuals back into a closet. You're currently the walking embodiment of what blokes mean when they say "I don't mind, so long as they don't force it down your throats." It's unlikely you'll be embraced by a gay fanbase while you're swinging on the closet door.