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September 24, 2008

Clay Aiken is Gay!

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Clay Aiken is following through on a promise he made to himself as a new dad: to publicly acknowledge that he's gay after hi son Parker was born!

"It was the first decision I made as a father," Aiken, 29, tells the upcoming issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday. "I cannot raise a child to lie or to hide things. I wasn't raised that way, and I'm not going to raise a child to do that."

Aiken says he expects the news may overwhelm some of his fans. "Whether it be having a child out of wedlock, or whether it be simply being a homosexual, it's going to be a lot," said Aiken, who returned to Broadway last week as Sir Robin in Monty Python's Spamalot.

He adds that he hopes his fans "know that I've never intended to lie to anybody at all. ... But if they leave, I don't want them to leave hating me."

Hmm, did anyone think he wasn't Gay?


August 08, 2008

Clay Aiken Has His First Child!!

0529_clay_aiken_faces_06thumb450x67E! Online reports that Clay Aiken has had his first child with his producer, who he artificially inseminated!!

"Faye Aiken told Raleigh radio station WRAL that her son's longtime producer gave birth to son Parker Foster Aiken at 8:08 a.m. in an undisclosed location in the singer's home state.
Parker tipped the scales at 6 pounds, 2 ounces and measured in at 19 inches."

"Faye Aiken also broke the news that the Aiken progeny did not inherit dad's fiery red mop, instead saying that he has dark hair and that, upon seeing him, the "Measure of a Man" singer was "smiling from ear to ear."

Do you think he will be a good father??


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