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Kelly Clarkson Fears Kissing Will Cause Her Mouth Herpes

'American idol' winner Kelly Clarkson has admitted that she fears that an innocent kiss will result in mouth herpes .

The Grammy award winner said that she has major trust issues, and that she doesn't just make out with people for the sake of it, for it is a waste of her time and kisses.

Clarkson added that she is also scared of ending up having 'mouth herpes'.

"I have major trust issues. I just don't make out with people. That's a waste of my kisses and time. And it's so personal. It's like, my face. Plus, I'm afraid of mouth herpes," the Sun quoted her, as saying.

Talking about her bitter break up with David Hodges, the former Evanescence keyboardist, she said that she actually did not even like him.

The 25-year-old added that she is mad at herself for being so 'blind'.

"I didn't even really like the guy. I'm more mad at myself for being so blind. Why would I pick someone like him to date? What's wrong with me," she said.


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