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Will Young wants veg garden

Will Young wants veg garden

Will Young wants a vegetable garden.

The 'Leave Right Now' singer is very proud of the tomatoes he grew last year, and after initially thinking his summer touring schedule would mean he can't grow his own crops this year, he has now realised he can put plans in place to have fresh food in the autumn.

He said: I'm not growing fruit, I'd like to because I've never done that.

"And I'm not growing veggies because I won't be in my garden for a few months.. I could grow veggies actually, I could do some potatoes, maybe some parsnips. Autumn veg. Leeks? Even carrots actually, I'm turning this around.

"I was quite pleased with my tomatoes last year, there was a lot of them, so I'm going to try again."

The 37-year-old singer confessed to visiting coffee chain Starbucks "quite a few" times a week, and is still stunned by the concept of their drive-through outlets.

Answering fan questions in a YouTube video, he said: "I like the experience, I know the people,we have a chat, if I've got the dogs they're like 'Oh we love the dogs', if they're not they're like 'Where are the dogs?' It's more about the dogs actually...

"And I love a Starbucks drive-thru. It just blows my mind that I can drive in my car,which is one of my favourite things to do, order a Starbucks, get it without getting out of the car, and drive off. Without stepping out of a vehicle. It's amazing."

Elsewhere, Will was asked who he'd like to spend a day with, dead or alive, and admitted it would be "amazing" for him to have some time with his late grandmother.

He said: "It would be with my grandmother, because she's not alive, so to have one more day with her would be amazing. Although it could be a bit sad."

He jokingly added: "I'd ask her why she didn't leave me more money, because £20 million is not enough for a man to live on for the rest of his life."