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"Being HIV-positive does not mean that you have AIDS," Bell wrote on Erasure Less than a month after Bell's declaration made him one of the world's highest-profile musicians ever to make such an announcement, the pop star, who turns 41 in April, was surprisingly candid in an interview with about why he hid his HIV infection since 1998, when he tested positive following a bout of pneumonia; what led him to finally talk openly about his life with HIV; his plans to promote AIDS awareness; and "shockingly to many people" how he might have actually sought out HIV infection after his partner tested positive.
"My life expectancy should be the same as anyone else's, so there's no need to panic." Bell further noted that he planned to continue his music career with Erasure and that he was looking forward to the duo's world tour, which began in late February and will make stops in 10 U. But Bell is showing that he has since gotten a handle on life since his diagnosis.
English musician Andy Bell is best known as the lead singer of the British synthpop group Erasure, which also includes keyboardist Vince Clarke.
Erasure has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide.
The first of six children, Bell's mother was only 17 years old when she gave birth to him; his father was 18.
As he finished off writing to his fans in his Web announcement: "There is still so much hysteria and ignorance surrounding HIV and AIDS.
Let's just get on with life— i.e., making music, doing a live tour, and generally having a good time.
As a young adult, Bell moved to London to pursue a career in music.
After brief stints with The Void, Baume and Dinger, he began working with musician Vince Clarke.
In the waning days before Christmas 2004, Andy Bell, front man for the hugely successful techno-pop duo Erasure, decided he had finally had enough after hiding a secret for six years.