Van Halen's David Lee Roth Laughs Off Rumor That's He's Gay

(Classic Rock) Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth has laughed off the suggestion that he married his male chef in a civil ceremony, and explained why he'll never get married.

And the singer says he's glad he split with Van Halen during the 1980s because it made him a more interesting person.

Roth tells Buzzfeed.com: "I've lived alone my whole adult life. I've had girlfriends. I've had love affairs. Never longer than a year and a half.

"I'm the drunk who won the lottery I'm going to be very difficult to convince of a lot of traditional things. I put off getting married when I found out: oh, you don't really have to!"

He returned to Van Halen in 2006 after leading a solo career, and was at the helm for last year's album A Different Kind Of Truth. "I wonder who I might have been had I stayed in the band," he reflects. "Not as interesting, not as involved. more on this story

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