Uzbek Parodists Sue Celebrity Singer For Calling Them 'Gays'.

Two Uzbek comedians who perform on stage as women have filed a libel lawsuit against prominent singer Yulduz Usmonova after she called them 'gays' in a video statement on YouTube.

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