That does not make it a valid topic to write about in Wikipedia - it is a personal topic, and should stay personal unless the person specifically states otherwise. We followed BLP guidelines carefully, and also followed general recommendations regarding the writing of biographies. This is the same text that you agreed to previously, I believe. BLP page and I don't think it really applies in this situation. I'd say the speculation itself has been widespread enough to be relevant. I'd love to get the exact dates and story of the demo recordings.
Per the above query, I reviewed the article and found that a substantial amount of information had been deleted from the article, apparently in May. These questions were a small portion of the entire interviews which were focused on his new album promotion. While it may be absurd to expect you to miss an edit that was made at a time when an AfD quite relevant to this article was ongoing, it is also a bit absurd to expect Maria and myself to have read your mind and realized that you might object to an edit, if only you had known about it.
Clay Aiken may or may not be gay, but that's not what we should be documenting.
Talk:Clay Aiken/Archive 14
He didn't have to address it, but he did. Please read the pages and pages of archives on this discussion. Why does it matter which album he was promoting? Also, perhaps a request should be made at Wikipedia: If he were out, it would hardly be worth mentioning. A portion of his promotional schedule from his official RCA artist page.
It's admirable that Aiken's fans want to somehow smooth away any controversy and it's lamentable that sexuality is such a big issue for some celebrities but Aiken himself has commented on this subject. Based on the request for deletion you requested and the discussion that took place on those pages I'm reverting the article back to where it was before you made the current changes.