When ‘Gone Girl’ star Kelly Clarkson and her friends finally come out as gay – and they’ve already done it without apology

“When you think about your life in a nutshell, it’s the same as your entire existence.”

Kelly Clarkson, best known for her role in the hit BBC series ‘Gones Girl’, has revealed she was raised as a lesbian.

Speaking on the BBC’s Top Gear programme, the singer and model, who is now a mum to daughter Charlotte, said she did not feel the need to hide her sexuality from her fans, and that she and her “all-star team” had been given the “freedom to express themselves” as lesbians.

“I’m a lesbian,” she said.

The 27-year-old, who starred in the show, has been mum to her daughter since her birth and revealed she and the family “didn’t have a problem” with being publicly out to each other. “

But I feel like I have a responsibility to show them that I’m proud to be who I am and that I don’ care about what people think.”

The 27-year-old, who starred in the show, has been mum to her daughter since her birth and revealed she and the family “didn’t have a problem” with being publicly out to each other.

In an interview with the UK’s The Independent, Clarkson explained that she was still a lesbian after the show was broadcast. “

And the show has also given me the opportunity to make it very clear that I am just a normal person.”

In an interview with the UK’s The Independent, Clarkson explained that she was still a lesbian after the show was broadcast.

“It was really, really exciting when I was cast and when I got on the show,” she told the newspaper.

So, you know, they’re very happy that they are out to me.” “

For me, my mom and dad are gay and I’m just one of them.”

So, you know, they’re very happy that they are out to me.

“However, Clarkson, who recently starred in ‘The Man From U.N.C.L.

E’, was quick to clarify that her character, which she has been dubbed “Coco”, is not a lesbian, but rather a lesbian who is a “pretty straight guy”.

She told the publication: “My mum and dad have been gay, so my mother and dad knew that I was gay and they didn’t want to be homophobic.”

Clarkson was a guest on the UK version of ‘Top Gear’ in the US, where she and a team of showrunners, producers and crew were able to talk openly about their sexuality and revealed they had not felt the need for any sort of cover-up. “

So, it just kind of works out.”

Clarkson was a guest on the UK version of ‘Top Gear’ in the US, where she and a team of showrunners, producers and crew were able to talk openly about their sexuality and revealed they had not felt the need for any sort of cover-up.

“You know, I’m a very, very private person and I like to keep that to myself,” Clarkson told the programme.

“And that was one of the first things that I realised, I am not the only one who has this problem, I have to be very, extremely careful. “

“There are so many, so many other people who feel like they have this thing that they’re ashamed of and that they can’t say. “

“In my case, I know that it was something that I could have done differently, I just can’t help it.” “

The show, which airs in the UK on BBC America and BBC World, has featured guest stars including the likes of Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Amy Schumer. “

In my case, I know that it was something that I could have done differently, I just can’t help it.”

The show, which airs in the UK on BBC America and BBC World, has featured guest stars including the likes of Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Amy Schumer.

The show also featured an appearance by the rapper JAY-Z, who spoke about his struggle with his sexuality.

“We don’t have an excuse,” he said.