The singer and songwriter told Rolling Stone the North Carolina law is "obviously bullshit."
The singer, who will be a guest of honor at Miami Pride this summer, regrets answering questions about who she loves and who loves her; she wants interviewers to stick to asking about her music.
"We must take a stand against prejudice," says a statement on the band's website.
Pearl Jam and Boston join the roster of performers who are canceling shows rather than play in the officially anti-LGBT state.
Can you name one good Justin Bieber song? The out CNN anchor couldn't. Not one.
The iconic classic rock band announced today that it is refusing to play any shows in North Carolina in protest of an anti-LGBT law.
Get the latest on how musicians and other celebrities are responding to North Carolina's hateful legislation, and how Republican Governor Pat McCrory is fighting back.