It was actually a really terrific interview, as most of Wright’s chats have been. It’s too bad, then, that “just two” other country stars have reached out to her to wish her well since she came out.She’s known she is gay since her teens, but yes, she was among those who would say demeaning things to other gays just so she could fit in. But most remarkable about this interview — besides getting the chance to hear from her father Stan, who’s been loving and accepting — and what she writes in the book, is her apology for the men she quote-unquote tricked into dating her.In the book, she talks about briefly romancing Vince Gill and her on/off relationship with the love of her life, a woman called Julia, but she really opens up about her early 2000s love affair with "Celebrity" singer Paisley.She reveals the two met in 1999 and went on become songwriting partners before the relationship took a romantic turn.
Now, Chely is revealing even more details of her story — including her relationship with one of country’s biggest stars — from the comfort of Oprah Winfrey‘s couch.
"I felt alive in way I had not experienced, and life was rife with possibilities," she said.
Baxter and her longtime partner Nancy Locke were married in 2013.
I loved that Brad didn't drink alcohol." "He had a strong faith, and although I didn't agree with some of his religious beliefs and he didn't agree with some of mine, we had a mutual respect...
I felt that if I was going to compromise and be with a man, he'd be an amazing choice." The couple started touring together and the media began to suspect they were more than just friends.