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Even as a child, Chely says she knew the truth about herself. “I was told in church that there were building blocks of sin and evildoing, and these words were strung together to scare me—drunkard, thief, adulterer, homosexual. In 1999, her song “Single White Female” shot to the top of country music charts, and she received top honors at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Despite her professional success, Chely was haunted by her closely guarded secret.
last week and it was pretty f*cking awesome — she talks about how she viewed “The Puppy Episode” of Ellen’s sitcom with her father (she happened to be at home for a funeral when the episode aired), how Ellen’s Mom’s book (Love, Ellen : A Mother/Daughter Journey by Betty De Generes) impacted her and consequently helped her father understand Chely’s journey and oh you know, just watch it, it’s so cute: Chely Wright: I searched my entire town of Wellsville, Kansas, for anyone who was like me. Ellen De Generes: It’s a scary place to be isn’t it?
“I read liner notes of albums much like a kid would read fairy tales out of storybooks,” she says. I promise to be a good person.’ I said that prayer every day, multiple times a day.” Chely hid her sexuality from family and friends, and after high school, she moved to Nashville.
Chely says she also scoured country music history to find someone like her…someone different. After landing a recording contract, Chely’s childhood dream finally came true.
“I was afraid that there was some identifiable factor in me that they could pick up on that they might know that I was gay,” she says.
To mask her homosexuality, Chely says she said things she now regrets.
“I ultimately just confused the heck out of them because I couldn’t love them the way they loved me.” Chely says she has many regrets about the way she treated these men, particularly Brad Paisley. Find someone with whom you can spend your life that makes you laugh, that you like how they live their life, that you can share a life with.'” From the beginning, Chely knew her relationship with Brad was wrong. Well, in this old man’s world, it’s true.” Before passing judgment on others, Stan offers one piece of advice to people in the same situation. From this point on, Chely says she’s taking her power back. They already think I’m a heck of a gal, a patriot, a good girl, and I am a lesbian.