Kelly Clarkson Sets Record Straight to Cosmo: Yep, I’m Not Gay!
Posted by Newson 01/04/2013 at 2:19 PM
Like so many women before her, Kelly Clarkson is not gay. Unfortunately, like so many “perpetually single” famous people before her, Clarkson has been repeatedly accused of it. Now that she’s engaged to talent manager Brandon Blackstock (and with a diamond to boot!), it’s hard to dispute her status as a heterosexual.
The “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” singer sat down with Cosmopolitan for their February issue to talk about how she’s never been so happy (“I’ve never been so happy!”), and how she’s never been truly loved like she is right now (“I’ve never been truly loved like I am right now!”). She also addressed the slew of gay rumors she’s received over the years.
“People think, ‘Oh, she’s been single for too long.’ That’s kind of an insult to the gay community. Being single doesn’t mean you’re gay. But I’m never insulted by it. I mean, I get hit on by the hottest girls ever. Oh my god, if I was a lesbian, I would be so in luck. But it’s just not my thing. I’ve always batted for the boys’ team.”
Tough luck, AOEHWWCSHOKC*! She’s officially not in the market for a Mrs. Know It All.
*Association Of Extremely Hot Women Who Can’t Stop Hitting on Kelly Clarkson
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