During an interview on the New York radio show Zach Sang & The Gang, the songbird beat around the bush before coughing up deets about the dirty ditty, saying:
”I have no rules. I'm laughing because near the end of the album you just have to try everything, at least that's my theory on it. You've just got to let yourself explore."
The singer was quick to point out that the steamy song wasn't only her idea!
So I worked with this amazing artist called Bonnie McKee, who I worked on Kiss with, and we got in the room and we were both in a really weird mood and we wrote a song about, basically being alone … Trying to find a delicate way to say this. It rhymes with contemplation…”
Awk! Good thing one of the show's hosts was able to connect the dots and explained that Carly was, in fact, talking about masturbation. The 29-year-old continued:
”Thank you! I couldn't say it myself. Anyways, about five minutes into it I was like, 'You know this isn't making my album right?' and we were like, 'Well whatever, let's just go with it.' And it was so fun to just let yourself … Because I write for the joy of it and you've gotta let yourself go everywhere.”
But, just because Carly doesn't want to add the tantalizing track to her new album, doesn't mean it will never see the light of day!
She says there's a band in China that wants to use the song!
”We were kind of laughing a little bit later on because it got picked up actually. There's a group in China that wants to make it their next single, and we were like, 'Alright! I wonder if they know what it means?”'
TOO funny! Watch Carly blush over the silly song during the interview (below)!
April Ryan, the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, asked Spicer how the White House plans to "revamp its image" after two months of divisive policies and persistent reports of Trump's connection to Russia.
Unfortunately, the word "Russia" triggered old Spicey like a Soviet sleeper agent, launching him into full-on defensive jerkwad mode.
Spicer interrupted Ryan's question to unleash a cued-up tirade, barking: