Even with the world at his feet and thousands of adoring fans, Tokio Hotel’s Bill Kaulitz knows deeply about love and about loss, according to a Nov. 25, 2014 blog post on SheKnows. The Tokio Hotel frontman acknowledges in the post that people often speculate about his love life, and with typical Bill sensitivity, he asks
Why does that even matter?
He’s referring, of course, to the many questions about whether or not he has relationships with males or females, but that isn’t the point to Kaulitz (nor probably to many of his fans). He admits in the post that he has always just wanted to love and to be loved. After all, he says that love isn’t a black and white thing and that
What I do know is that love is the one beautiful thing we can’t control.
Isn’t that lovely? It’s bound to become more than one fans’ favorite Bill Kaulitz quotes!
To read the rest of this blog post, head over to SheKnows. In it, Bill talks about heartbreak, his brother Tom, and about feeling betrayed. It’s guaranteed to tug at the heartstrings any die hard Tokio Hotel fans.
Earlier this week, Tokio Hotel appeared with PopCrush on Twitter. And of late, of course, the boys have been promoting their new album Kings of Suburbia.
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Special thanks to DAA (Designers Against AIDS) for this special heads up about Bill’s post on SheKnows!
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