One day in 2004, former Jethro Tull keyboard player David Palmer broke some remarkable news to the band's flute-playing frontman Ian Anderson. The once bearded musician explained that he... was now a she... named Dee, who preferred to sport long blonde hair, make-up, and black leggings. Palmer's exact words to Anderson? "There's something I need to get off my increasingly ample chest."
["I've felt like this since the age of three," Dee later explained. "It's not just wimps who want to do this. To be a girl, it goes a lot deeper than that. Yes, you are speaking to the person you thought I was -- the keyboard player in Jethro Tull." Anderson stood by his former bandmate.]