Erasure star Andy Bell claims he turned down sex with an alien because he’s gay. Yes, really
Erasure star Andy Bell has claimed he declined to have sex with an alien because he’s gay.
Maybe the alien should’ve shown him a little respect?
The bizarre claim involved extraterrestrials paying the ‘Love to Hate You’ singer a visit at his London, England, apartment.
Around 1,000 spaceships visited Andy Bell and asked him to hook-up with an alien with a ‘tentacle’, claims Erasure singer.
The 55-year-old explained that 1,000 spaceships and flying angels descended from the skies above in March last year and offered him the chance to have a sexual encounter with an alien with “one tentacle”, the Daily Star reported.
“One of the angels asked whether I would like to experience what it would be like to make love to an alien, but I just thought, ‘No’,” he said.
“I just thought I’m not quite ready for it yet, because they are all sexualities, all together, all mixed up, and they’ve got like one tentacle.
“The thing that stopped me from doing it is because I say that I’m gay and their sexual experience is neither gay nor straight, female nor male, it’s all mixed up together.
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“I didn’t want to go with a woman. That’s just how I am.”
He also claimed that the out-of-this-world lifeforms communicate through “a clicking in your head, like talking”.
Moreover, he alleged that he has seen the UFOs like “hairy” drones over the capital city before.
Penning more than 200 songs and selling more than 25 million albums across the globe, Bell is one half of Erasure, the other been Vince Clarke.
Speaking to PinkNews in 2011, Bell explained how he refused to stay silent when he was first diagnosed with HIV in 1998.
“In about 1990 I had my appendix out,” he said, “I was tested at the time and it came back negative.
“It took me six years,” he said, “but in the end I just thought: f*** it!
“Why should I hide?”