Kelly Clarkson Says Gay Rumors Are Hurting Her Love Life, Wants Duet With Adele
Attention all available men out there: Kelly Clarkson is not gay! The 29-year-old singer has denied recent rumors that she is a lesbian, but it seems that people just aren't getting it. In a recent chat with E! News, she revealed that all the fictional stories being printed about her as of late have been hurting her personal life.
"People keep saying I'm gay, and I'm not. I'm pretty sure I've never made out with a girl. It's just not helping me because I'm straight. No boy wants to hit on me because I make mean songs about them, and they think I'm gay."
This just makes me feel bad. Fellow Kelly fans will know what I'm talking about when I say that this girl deserves a good man in her life. She's divulged a lot about her personal relationships through her music (check out "Because of You", "Never Again", and "Addicted" for a start) and judging by that, she's been put through hell by her share of toxic men. I was hoping Kelly's upcoming album Stronger, out next month, would show signs of a happier romance in her life, but it sounds like she still hasn't found Mr. Right.
Clarkson isn't the only scorned woman writing top ten songs about her romantic hardships. British singer Adele has confirmed that her heartbreaking hits such as "Rolling In The Deep" and "Someone Like You" are directly based on a man who did her wrong. It's no surprise that Clarkson chose the 23-year-old songstress as the number one choice of who she'd like to do a duet with in the future. "I love Adele, that would be a great collaboration. I really want to do it. I will put it out there for you." Wow! When I think about their beautiful voices singing together, I get chills. Adele, the ball is in your court.