Australia: Meghan Trainor lashes out at homophobic anti-marriage equality group for using her image

Meghan Trainor has hit back after her image was used to support the no side of the Australian marriage equality postal survey.

The All About That Bass singer’s face was featured on the Facebook page of the Vote NO Australia – Marriage Plebiscite group alongside the words: “My vote is no. You need to let it go”.

The message is a clear reference to one of Trainor’s songs, No, in which the American musician sings: “My name is no, my sign is no, my number is no / You need to let it go”.

After a fan alerted the Grammy Award-winning star on Twitter, she lashed out at the image – which has since been deleted from Facebook – and made her allegiance clear.


“Someone in Australia is illegally using my picture for a campaign against marriage equality. So wrong. Not okay”.


She then reposted Miley Cyrus’s call on her Australian fans to register to vote before the deadline at midnight tonight.

She accompanied this image with the message: “👏🏻🌈💖❤️💛💚💙💜🌈👏🏻 VOTE YES FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY. LOVE IS LOVE”.