Gavin degraw dating history
Gavin had spent the past 15 years insisting he had never had a gay affair with the 80s pop star but has now finally admitted to the relationship.And his spokespeople, over the years, continued to deny a relationship had taken place, even when Marilyn – real name Peter Robinson - spoke out last year, claiming that Rossdale had been the love of his life.The 47-year-old says that while he's now 'pleased that Gavin is finally able to be honest about our relationship' he wishes the rocker 'could have come to terms with this 15 years ago'.He added: 'Maybe one day Gwen will allow my name to be spoken again in her home without it having any negative connotations'.‘When you’re 17, Jesus Christ, I don’t think there’s anything strange about any form of anything - you’re learning about life. reports, the singer has already been ‘regretting’ his confession. ‘Gavin always said before that they were just friends, and that’s what she believed, until Gavin had to tell her because of the interview in Details.’ Boy George first wrote about Rossdale and Marilyn’s affair in his 1995 book, Take It Like a Man. magazine that he and Rossdale had been involved for five years.It’s a part of growing up - that’s it, no more, no less.’ In the interview, Rossdale shrugged off the affair as ‘experimentation,’ adding: ‘Yeah, that was it - you have to know what you like, and I know what I like.’ The magazine is not published until next Tuesday. A source close to Rossdale said he was ‘seriously regretting’ speaking publicly regarding the affair. reports, following the interview Rossdale even approached the publication’s editors and ‘pleaded with them’ not to print the admission. At the time, both men denied the relationship, with Rossdale insisting that he and Marilyn ‘were, and still are, good friends’ but nothing more. The star – who was famed for his long blonde hair in the 1980s - also said that he had initially denied the story in 1995 because Rossdale’s band, Bush, were ‘just becoming successful in America’ at the time Boy George’s book was published.And it is believed one of the reasons he was so remorseful was because he had not – until now – told Miss Stefani of the affair. ‘I agreed to lie against every grain of my being,’ Marilyn said at the time.
It felt like a cheap shot, so I was like: ‘I’m not getting involved.’ ‘ Rossdale continued: ‘I’ve never wanted to appear closed about it, it’s not something I’ve talked about really because it’s always been in the glare of a tabloid world, it’s just one of those things - move on. source was reported as saying: ‘Gwen didn’t know that Gavin and Marilyn were actually involved.However, in a interview with the forthcoming issue of U. magazine Details, Rossdale has finally come clean and confessed to the liaison.The singer and guitarist told how he had a fling with Marilyn, 47, in the 1980s when he was just 17 years old.But it felt like 40.’ Rossdale has been married to Miss Stefani - who first found fame as the singer with U. It is not the the first time a surprise has emerged from Rossdale’s past to rock their marriage.
Gavin Rossdale is regretting his confession to Details magazine about his gay affair with cross-dressing singer Marilyn. magazine and says he wishes Rossdale had never denied in the first place that the two were romantically involved.
And it seems the gender bender British pop star isn't happy with the Bush frontman's revelations either. Rossdale, 44, who is married to No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani initially denied the gay relationship back in 1995 when Boy George wrote about the couple's affair in his memoir Take It Like A Man.