After two “failed” marriages, music legend and Chief Creative Officer of SONY music, Clive Davis reveals his sexual orientation as a bisexual male in his new memoir, "The Soundtrack of My Life." At 81, Davis tells Piers Morgan that relationships and sexuality don’t have to be black and white.
“For the first time, having failed in marriage twice, not related at all to sex, I opened myself up to the possibility of having a relationship with a person rather than a gender, and that’s what I turned to.”
He believes his decision was a result of his prior relationships, and disagrees with the general attitude toward bisexuality as being “you’re either gay, you’re straight or you’re lying.”
“With a healthy degree of skepticism, I’m here to say that bisexuality does exist,” he says.
A supporter of same-sex marriage, though he doesn't plan to get married a third time, Davis says he is pleased with President Barack Obama’s affirmative position on the matter and the public opinion polls, calling the recent progress “the right thing to do.”
Tune in tonight at 9 for the full interview with Clive Davis as he reflects on his life path, from his career to his personal relationships.
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