Anne-Marie opens up about her sexuality

Singer says she has "never felt the need to tell anyone that I'm bisexual"

Anne-Marie has opened up about her sexuality in a new interview, revealing that she is attracted to both men and women.

The British singer’s song ‘Perfect’ contains the lyric, “And I’ll love who I want to love, ’cause this love is gender-free”, and now the star has told The Line Of Best Fit: “I’ve never ever just been attracted to men. I’ve never just been attracted to women”.

“I’ve never felt the need to tell anyone that I’m bisexual,” Anne-Marie said, before adding that she doesn’t “feel” like she’s bisexual.

“I just feel like I’m attracted to who I like,” she continued. “I honestly feel like everyone is like that.”

The Essex pop star released her debut album ‘Speak Your Mind’ last week (April 27).

In a three-star review, NME‘s Thomas Smith wrote: “‘Speak Your Mind’ fails to leave much of an impression musically. At its best, the album is a selection of polished and inoffensive pop songs, but at its worst, it’s forgettable.”

Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie

Speaking to NME last year, Anne Marie explained how her album was inspired by “heartbreak”.

“When I’m happy and in a good mood, I just search for other things that maybe connect to me on another level,” she told NME.

“I talk to my friends and see how they’re feeling – see what’s going on in their lives. I search YouTube and look for speeches by activists. I’ve got a lot of songs on my album about what’s going on in the world, and how it is growing up as a female.

“Sometimes you can’t necessarily say [these things] in a single on the radio, but, this is the importance of an album – the fact that you can just have other vibes and different subjects. That’s the beauty of it.”