Watch A Clueless TV Reporter Find Out Singer Steve Grand Is Gay On Live TV

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A clueless San Diego entertainment reporter should have done her homework before her live TV interview with out-country singer Steve Grand.

The All-American Boy singer appeared on CW station XETV to promote a local gig when about a minute into the interview, one of the two reporters asked Grand: “…poor women who date you, right?”

After a few seconds of silence, Steve responded with: “well.. No. I’m gay so…”

Grand shared a clip of the awkward moment along with the following statement:

I used the opportunity to talk about how no matter who we love, as humans, we all love the same… That our experiences are far more alike than different… Love is a human experience, not specified to one sexual orientation or another… etc.

Immediately after that, the news woman to my right asked about being asked to the Marine Corps ball… by a man.

As soon as we cut the segment I burst out laughing and let the woman know it was all okay.

I understand they are meeting new people every couple of minutes and are expected to entertain and engage audiences all over the state so I don’t post this at all as a criticism. If I was legit famous it would be one thing, but I still feel grateful for all the opportunities I am afforded to talk about my life and my work.

This was just a silly moment I found to be pretty hilarious. Lol.

Watch the clip below:

Someone skipped over a possibly relevant bullet point… lol Today I went on live TV in San Diego to promote the show I'm doing tonight at Urban Mo's and to also talk about getting asked to the Marine Corps ball. The two anchor ladies on both sides of me were very sweet and cheery. They were great. About a minute into the interview I was talking about where I draw inspiration, and one of the very well intentioned anchors interjected: "poor women who date you, right?"After a few seconds of pause: "well.. No. I'm gay so…"I used the opportunity to talk about how no matter who we love, as humans, we all love the same… That our experiences are far more alike than different… Love is a human experience, not specified to one sexual orientation or another… etc. Immediately after that, the news woman to my right asked about being asked to the Marine Corps ball… by a man. As soon as we cut the segment I burst out laughing and let the woman know it was all okay. I understand they are meeting new people every couple of minutes and are expected to entertain and engage audiences all over the state so I don't post this at all as a criticism. If I was legit famous it would be one thing, but I still feel grateful for all the opportunities I am afforded to talk about my life and my work. This was just a silly moment I found to be pretty hilarious. Lol. #stayclassySanDiego

Posted by Steve Grand on Saturday, September 12, 2015

Sorry ladies!

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