Esteemed music mogul, Sony Music chief and soon-to-be Broadway producer Clive Davis has revealed that he is a late-in-life bisexual according to a revelation in his new autobiography, THE SOUNDTRACK OF MY LIFE, out today.
Davis also revealed further details in a new interview with ABC News.
The respected five-time Grammy Award-winning man behind the music in the career of Whitney Houston and many other notable names in music who will be making his first foray into producing for theatre with his recently announced forthcoming 2014 revival of Lerner & Loewe's MY FAIR LADY said that from 1990 to 2004 he was engaged in a relationship with a man, following his previous marriages which sired multiple children and were deemed healthy, normal relationships by Davis in the interview.
Davis told Nightline, "I'm not lying. Bisexuality does exist. For over 50 years I never had sex with a male. It wasn't repressed. I had very good sexual relationships with women."
Visit ABC News official site for the full interview here.
Read last week's story on Davis bringing MY FAIR LADY to Broadway here.
View the clip of Davis discussing his bisexuality below.
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