Singer Bryan Adams talks about the dating rumors between he and the late Princess Diana on Andy Cohen’s Bravo talk show.
Bryan Adams is not pleading the fifth about his relationship with Princess Diana.
The 58-year-old singer-songwriter appeared on ‘Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on the Monday night and agreed to participate in a game of “Plead the Fifth.” He was then asked three tricky questions, and was only able to “plead the fifth” on one of them.
“There are a lot of rumors that you and Princess Diana were once in relationship,” Cohen asked. “Her butler said that he used to sneak you in Kensington Palace. How would you characterize your relationship with Princess Diana?”
Adams replied, “Good friends. And they do not sneak me in, I would just roll up.”
Meghan Markle the Last Look Is Almost Identical to Princess Diana’s Outfit in 1986
Not entirely satisfied with that answer, Cohen pried, “Friends with benefits?”
Adams, replied, ” Eh, she was just … we were good friends.”
Prior to the questions about Adam’s relationship with the late Princess of Wales, Cohen asked about a tantalizing photos that Adams apparently gave Elton John, Diana’s good friend.
“You once gave a photo of your penis to Elton John for his 42nd birthday,” Cohen said. “Bryan Adams, when is the last time you sent a d**k pic?”
“That was the first and only time,” Adams assured the host.
“Where does Sir Elton, by the way, keep that?” Cohen questioned.
Adams, who characterized the picture as “arty,” revealed that John even upgraded the frame.
“When I gave it to him in the frame,” he said, ” I plan to change that frame,'” Adams revealed. “So, now it’s in a very gold frame. I think it’s on his mantle piece.”
Meghan Markle Gracefully Holds Prince Harry as She Nearly Falls on Princess Diana’s Niece’s Wedding
Adams managed to make it to the third question, with the option to “plead the fifth,” but he didn’t choose to use it. This was about his career as a celebrity photographer.
“You’ve photographed countless celebrities: Queen Elizabeth II, Lindsay Lohan, Mickey Rourke, Gorbachev, Amy Winehouse, Pink,” Cohen mentioned. “Who was the hardest subject you’ve ever photographed?”
“Actually, I would not say that those people were difficult,” the “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” the singer confided. “The publishers were the most difficult. The people, usually as they walk for a photo, they are ready to do it.”
While Princess Diana died nearly 21 years ago, her memory lived with her youngest son, Prince Harry, the royal wedding last May.
Nicki Minaj Says New Album ‘Queen’ Is Inspired by Princess Diana