Selena Gomez Talks Nick Jonas Gay Rumors?
Despite his being attached to some of the sexiest women on the planet, rumors still persist that Nick Jonas is secretly gay. According to the latest gossip news updates, Selena Gomez was even recently asked by Watch What Happens Live host, Andy Cohen, to weigh in on the possibility of the former Jonas Brothers frontman secretly being gay. Not getting into specifics, the Revival singer assured Cohen that she knew, from personal experience, that Nick was 100 percent straight. In fact, the onetime Disney Chanel poster boy is said to be so head over hills for Kate Hudson, that the "Jealous" popstar has practically been begging her to move in -- much to new girlfriend's chagrin.
Whether it is just wishful thinking or something much more malicious, Nick Jonas has been dealing with rumors that he is gay since going solo from the other Jo-Bros.
During a recent trip to Watch What Happen Live, Nick's ex-girlfriend, Selena Gomez even found herself sounding off on the unsubstantiated gossip.
When host Andy Cohen asked Gomez point blank how gay she though Nick was on a scale of one to ten, Selena didn't hesitate to immediately dispel the question as pure nonsense (via Seventeen):
"I dated him... Zero."
One source in the latest November 2, issue of In Touch even goes so far as to insist that an overeager Nick is driving his latest girlfriend, Kate Hudson, crazy by pressing her to take their relationship to the next level:
"He's ready to settle down into something bigger and thinks he'd be much happier if Kate moved with him.
"He's been putting a lot of pressure on her, [but] Kate thinks that Nick's constant begging is making him sound desperate. She isn't ready to commit to one relationship right now."
What do you think about the rumors that Nick Jonas is secretly gay?
Is it completely ridiculous to care about it one way or the other?
Or, does it just go to prove everything you have secretly believed about the Jonas Brothers all along?
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