January 13, 2009 08:41:02 GMT
David Archuleta tells Seventeen magazine that rather than rushing to have his first kiss he prefers to wait "for the right moment."
Pop singer David Archuleta, who has sung a number of love songs, has no hesitation to publicly admit that unlike many other guys at his age he is "still waiting for the right moment" for his first kiss. "I think so many people want to rush things, they want to rush hanging out, they want to rush making out, and then it's like they don't even know the person they're with," so he shares his perception about first kiss to Seventeen.
He goes on talking about some points he knows about girls and guys in common. "I think girls get a bad rap for being emotional all the time. But I think a lot of guys are too. A lot of my guy friends, they really feel things deeply," he says.
He continues telling Seventeen, "Girls tend to blame themselves, even when the guy is the one who messed up. My girlfriends will tell me about something a guy did, and I'm like, 'That's not your fault.' Sometimes guys are just dork faces. But girls don't see it that way."
David Archuleta, runner-up of the 7th season "American Idol", has so far released one album. His LP, an eponymous one, has been released on the U.S. stores since November 11 last year.