Sheffield news I'm A Celeb's Boy George and Jill talk coming out after 'weird question' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Viewers praised them for their openness during their chat down at the creek

Sheffield news I'm A Celeb's Boy George and Jill talk coming out after 'weird question' PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Viewers praised them for their openness during their chat down at the creek

Sheffield news I'm A Celeb's Boy George and Jill talk coming out after 'weird question' PremierLeague-News.Com
21 November 2022 - 23:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! campmates Boy George and Jill Scott had a heartwarming conversation down at the creek this evening. The two stars were chatting to comedian Seann Walsh about their sexuality with the singer revealing he often gets asked at what age he realised he was gay. He said: "I have no problem with people asking me when did I know I was gay because I can't answer it, it's such a weird question. Read more:I'm A Celebrity's Sue Cleaver has two famous sisters - and one is a Coronation Street co-star "The difference is, when you are a gay kid or a trans, no one really prepares for your arrival. I know it wasn't wrong, I knew if I announced it, I'd be immediately unpopular in the playground but inside of me, I absolutely thought it was totally normal and I thought this is what's meant to be." Jill replied: "I think when you get at a point where it's not a question, because in my head it's just like simple and I'm like you find someone, you fall in love with them, if it's a woman, a man, but I don't think it defines you." Lioness and Sunderland star Jill Scott (Image: ITV) When asked whether it was "easier" to come out in women's football, she added: "I think in the men's game it's so difficult, if you think about how much stick they get from the chants…it is just not a safe environment where they feel safe enough to do that and that's so sad. "In women's football it's kind of.

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.. it's never an issue. Some people have partners that are female, some are married to men. "But then obviously, there was no female role models for me to look up to because male football, male role models but I'd watch [David] Beckham or [Steve] Gerrard doing something and I'd just be practicing for hours." I'm A Celebrity fans found the conversation incredibly "timely" as the World Cup is currently taking place in Qatar, a country where homosexual acts are illegal. Punishments include fines, prison sentences of up to seven years - and even death by stoning. Tim B wrote on Twitter: "Jill Scott is touch a timely, topical winner of #imaceleb, it’s unbelievable!!! Such great timing for this year’s show really." Shannon said: "Jill saying football is for everyone is the saddest statement with everything going on with this World Cup." Matt Martin commented: "Very ironic that ITV are showing the #imaceleb campmates talk about homosexuality in football when they've just aired 2 matches from Qatar." Ann tweeted: "Thank you Jill and Seann for talking about the homophobia in men's football vs the acceptance in women's football, and both Jill and Boy George saying that being gay has always been normal to them and reinforcing that its okay to just be yourself." Read next: Strictly Come Dancing's Tyler West cries over Dianne Buswell's loving tribute after 'unfair' exit Jeremy Clarkson opens up on problem that almost saw him quit Clarkson's farm I'm A Celebrity latest odds as bookies name Owen Warner favourite to win Gary Lineker forced to apologise as England fans left fuming at 'disgraceful' BBC coverage Amanda Owen gives sneak peek at Raven's student life behind the scenes in exciting future update Read More Related Articles Vanessa Feltz urges Brits to get their flu jab as she reveals her daughter is seriously ill in hospital Read More Related Articles I'm a Celebrity's Scarlette Douglas says Matt Hancock has 'won over campmates' and 'has a laugh' in the jungle

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