Will Young would love to have a family but he doesn't think he'd cope if he was a single parent.
Will Young ''can't wait'' to have children.
The 39-year-old singer is planning to raise a family of his own eventually but doesn't think he'd be able to cope as a single parent.
He said: ''I can't wait to have kids. I totally will, be it fostering or adopting.
''I don't know if I'd want to have kids if I wasn't in a relationship because I feel I wouldn't be able to do it as a single parent. Could that become too isolating?''
But for now, the 'Leave Right Now' hitmaker is content with his two dogs - most of the time.
He told Red magazine: ''They do make me happy. I've got a dachshund and a border terrier.
''There's a real closeness. They are like kids - completely dependent. Sometimes I hate them, though.''
Will shot to fame when he won the first series of 'Pop Idol' in 2002, but it isn't a route to stardom he'd want to see his future children undertake.
He said: ''I don't think I'd want my kid going into it.
''Saturday night TV shows are all about getting out there live and doing it. I can't watch them
''There's no difference between that and people going to see gladiators at the coliseum.''
Last year, Will repeatedly hit out at then-education secretary Nicky Morgan for neglecting LGBT mental health in schools and failing to respond to homophobic bullying, and he admits his drive to make a difference stems from his ''maternal feeling''.
He said: ''I've developed a maternal feeling - like a lioness.
''Over the last five years I sorted a lot of my s**t out. Now I feel more protective of younger people and vulnerable people. I want to do more for the world.''
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