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Debbie Harry considering affair with married man as there's no single men left


Debbie Harry has revealed she’s considering having an affair with a married man because there are so few single men out there who are her age.

The 74-year-old has confessed there are slim pickings on the dating scene in her age bracket, but she’s determined to find love.

The Blondie lead singer has never been married but she’s “very much” dating.

Speaking to the Daily Star, the American singer-songwriter said: “There are less men around. They’re all married with children.

“What’s wrong with them?”

In an effort to spice up her love life, Debbie even revealed she’s willing to have an affair with a married man, as there are so few single ones.

Debbie Harry has never been married but she’s “very much” dating

“There’s more extra-marital relationships and maybe that is the right way,” she told the publication.

“I’m looking for something really chemical,” Debbie divulged.

The music icon is still recording new material and was due to do an In Conversation nationwide tour with Chris Stein but it was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Debbie even revealed she’s willing to have an affair with a married man, as there are so few single ones

The 74-year-old has confessed there are slim pickings on the dating scene in her age bracket, but she’s determined to find love

She’s also recently published her autobiography Face It.

Her confession comes after she opened up about her past drug use, revealing that she struggled to keep up with her previous heroin addiction as she hated acquiring the drugs herself.

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She called the addition a “drag,” saying getting the drugs herself was ultimately why she stopped doing them.

Debbie shot to fame as the lead singer of Blondie in the late seventies and early eighties.

Debbie recently published her autobiography Face It

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She recently spoke about the horrendous rape at knifepoint she suffered in her home.

Speaking to Sunday Times magazine, she said: “I did cry – quite a bit. And then I felt very angry.

“And I think that’s where women are frustrated. Because there’s nothing you can do.”

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