YouTube sensation Shaun Sperling, who "Vogue"-ed his way into Jewish manhood at his 1992 Bar Mitzvah, joined HuffPost Live Friday for a chat with host Josh Zepps and HuffPost Gay Voices editor Noah Michelson. Sperling discussed the YouTube video (seen below), which he posted himself last Friday and now has nearly 500,000 views, and even did an updated Vogue-like dance for HuffPost Live viewers.
Shaun said of the release of the 20-year-old video, "Now I'm getting a little more used to it, but I really kept it away for 20 years because the couple times I did see it I had to watch it like this (hand covering eyes)... My partner never saw the full thing until it went on Perez Hilton."
Watch above as Shaun Sperling does the Bar Mitzvah "Vogue" dance twenty years later.
Watch the full segment and take a look at 10 of Madonna's gayest moments over the years below:
'Open Your Heart,' 1986
A gay couple and a woman in drag are among the many voyeurs watching Madonna in her peep show number in this video (which also saw the debut of her now-iconic conical bustier).
Much has been made of the subtle homoerotic elements seen in Madge's otherwise playful "Cherish" video. Directed by the late photographer Herb Ritts, the video also stars Tony Ward, who would briefly date Madonna the following year, as a hunky merman.
Madonna penned her smash hit in honor of the underground club dance that was then taking the LGBT community by storm. Personally, this Marie Antoinette-inspired performance of the song at the 1990 MTV VMAs is our favorite.
'Justify My Love,' 1990
A healthy dose of LGBT imagery was one of the many reasons "Justify My Love" was deemed too hot for MTV in 1990. Madonna smooches a woman in lingerie, while her then-boyfriend Tony Ward (also seen in her "Cherish" video) cavorts with a number of men in S&M drag.
'Bye Bye Baby,' 1993
Madonna's 1993 Girlie Show Tour was peppered with lots of homoerotic and lesbian imagery. In what was perhaps the show's most overtly gay moment, Madonna donned a Marlene Dietrich-inspired top hat and tails and proceeded to playfully grope and spank one of her cabaret-styled backup girls.
MTV VMAs Drag Queen Tribute, 1999
"It takes a real man to fill my shoes," Madonna quipped at the end of this stunning tribute performance, which saw some amazing drag queens re-creating many of the diva's most iconic looks over the years.
The Britney/Christina Kiss, 2003
In a throwback to her now-legendary 1984 performance of "Like A Virgin," Madonna was joined onstage by Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, both of whom she rewarded with an open-mouthed kiss, at the 2003 VMAs.
'Forbidden Love,' 2006
Madonna got political -- and gay -- during this moment from her Confessions Tour when two of her barechested male dancers, emblazoned with Jewish and Islamic symbols engaged in a steamy dance using only their arms.
'Girl Gone Wild,' 2012
Madonna got down and dirty with a group of chiseled back-up dancers in the steamy video for her 2012 single. Intercut with scenes of the diva herself gyrating wildly are shots of barechested men in high heels and in scintillating embraces.
Madonna In St. Petersburg, 2012
The Queen of Pop spoke out while in St. Petersburg, which adopted a law this year to curb "homosexual propaganda," as part of her MDNA Tour. Madonna urged her audience -- most wearing pink wrist bands distributed at the door -- to "show your love and appreciation to the gay community," according to Reuters. "We want to fight for the right to be free," she said.