Gay singer Rufus Wainwright has said he fears, if he had a son, he would find him sexy.
We really hoping he's joking.
Speaking to The Times (£), the Canadian singer-songwriter said he is grateful to have recently fathered a daughter rather than a son because he would 'hate to be attracted' to a son.
'I don’t think it would happen,' he apparently laughed in response. '[It's just that] when I'm old and he is 35 and gorgeous...
'Well he would probably look like me. And I would be like, "Oh my God! I’m falling in love with myself!"'
You might be thinking this is something that might lose someone a lot of fans in the LGBTI community, but apparently Wainwright isn't bothered.
He said he is happy to not have a huge LGBTI following, claiming gay men have 'terrible taste in music'.
Wainwright also believes being gay has held back his career in the US.
'If I had been somewhat more strategic and less honest and gone with an asexual or bisexual persona, I think I would have been given a lot more opportunity and attention,' he said.
'But that being said I feel that my public, who have been with me a while now, have been grateful and appreciative of my honesty and are loyal.'