Milano Breeze is a Wisconsin entertainer.
He began performing in the community in 1992 when he began competing in talent shows at the Pivot Club in Appleton, performing his own original music.
He moved to Wausau and was invited to sing at the Madhatter which became Oz a number of years later. During that time, Milano saw his first Miss Gay WI pageant in Appleton and was mesmerized by the glamor of it all. When he saw Mr Gay WI, he knew that he wanted to join this elite group of talented entertainers.
He competed in his first pageant February of 1993 and won Mr Madhatter. Shortly after he became involved with a man who didn't like him on stage, and with the exception of a few shows, quit entertaining altogether in 1996.
During his absence, Milano never quit dreaming about returning to the stage but lived a life completely absent of the LGBTQIA community until 2009 when he finally let go of his 16 year relationship and found true love.
In 2010 he returned to the stage at Mona's for their valentine show. He went back into pageantry with the support of his husband Harmony Breeze and took first alternate to Mr Gay Isthmus WI USofA. Shortly after, he won Mr Gay Pridefest.
Milano and Harmony Breeze formed Glitter Stage productions in 2010 and began to build their entertainment empire. Glitter Stage won a number of Wisconsin awards in the years to follow and put together tours throughout Wisconsin, Michigan, and Missouri.
Finally after trying numerous times to win Mr Gay WI USofA, Milano was successful in 2015 when he won the opportunity to reign. He followed amazing legends and was finally a part of the brotherhood.
After achieving this dream, Milano went after his hearts desire and released his first album "Dreamer "available on Apple music, spotify, and Amazon prime to name a few.
He is currently working on his second album with an estimated delivery date of October.
Along with entertaining and pageantry, he has donated his time and talent to various Wisconsin charities and benefits which include cancer, AIDS and HIV, along with LGBTQIA awareness.
He is excited to be entertaining alongside the many talented southeastern queens, bands, and artists. He can't wait to celebrate and wish everyone a happy pride.