Bryan Adams breaks his silence about relationship with Princess Diana
Brian Adams finally shot down the rumors of a possible secret relationship with Princess Diana and revealed that he sent Elton John a picture of his 'manhood' once.
The acclaimed singer was among the people who most suffered with Diana's death in 1997 but, according to him, they were nothing more than really good friends.
Adams appeared as a guest on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Monday night, June 25, 2018, where he played the Plead The Fifth game.
Cohen started by inquiring the 58-year-old Canadian singer about the late member of the Royal Family, using the rumors that they were once romantically involved as ammunition.
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According to Cohen, Princess Diana's butler, Paul Burrel, claimed that he used to sneak Adams into Kensington Palace, but the singer quickly shot the statement down by saying that he was never snuck in.
Adams told the host that he would just show up and get invited into the palace because of his close friendship with the People's Princess, adding that they were never more than friends.
Cohen still tried to reel in some more information by asking if they were friends with benefits, but Adams maintained his position. The rumors that of his love for Diana started in 1985 with the song Diana.
At the time, Adams would always perform the composition at his concerts but stopped doing so after the Princess' death. The lyrics were very clear: they spoke of a woman named Diana, who Adam claimed to be the queen of his dreams.
Throughout the lyrics, the singer confesses his love for the woman and says that her husband, who is yet to be named, doesn't deserve her; all while begging Diana to leave him.
It isn't certain, but many people believe that Adams was referring to Prince Charles, who always preferred Camilla Parker-Bowles, his current wife, over Diana.
Trying to lighten the mood, Cohen asked Adams about the genital picture that he sent Elton John for his 42nd birthday, According to Adams, it was an artistic photograph, which John gladly accepted, having it framed in gold at his home.