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thesshhh | 20:58 Sat 04th May 2019 | Media & TV
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As a judge on BGT, Walliams frequently makes out he is gay, but do you think it’s just an attention-seeking act? He used to be married to a woman, he is the father of a child, and as far as I know he has never “come out”. I do find him most odd and even creepy at times, and I remember feeling very uncomfortable when he used to try and rip men’s trousers off as part of the Little Britain tour shows

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I thought he was bi? But it doesn’t matter to me
What does ‘odd and creepy’ have to do with being gay?
He has said he is bisexual, he's whacky generally - depends what he's on whether I enjoy him or not.

I don't know or care what his sexuality is, but he is certainly odd and creepy.
From Wikipedia:

Walliams hinted at being pansexual in the book Inside Little Britain, but said he did not like to be labelled by that word. In an interview with Radio Times in 2013, he stated: "I think it's all about falling in love with the person and that is overlooked, really. I hate it when people 'confess' or 'reveal' their sexuality and also things can change for people over the years. So it is about the person but I also think it goes beyond that. You don't just fall in love with someone's body, do you? You fall in love with someone's soul and heart and brain."
Who is this bloke? And did somebody write his name down incorrectly on his birth certificate or something?
I don't know what he is but I do like him. He makes me laugh. I think it's just an act with him.
NJ, he changed his name from Williams because there was another actor named David Williams.
Love his children’s books but he makes my skin crawl
I concur with that, Hc. He does nothing for me.
He's not a bloody Vegan is he?
I think he's a good and clever man. He's raised literally millions of pounds for charity and even rescued a dog from the Thames whilst doing one of his charity swims. Also a brilliant author of books for children one of which The Midnight Gang was the best selling children's book of 2016. Yes he makes people cringe, deliberately, with some of his TV work. A friend and I just have to say the word "bitty" and we screw up with embarrassment (and laughter) at the thought of him doing his grown man breast feeding act. Shudder.
I wouldn't want to find myself alone with him, let's put it that way
I agree with ladybirder. I think he is an astute business man. In an interview he explained that when he is working on BGT or the X-F whilst Callow sleeps all morning he (DW) is working hard either holding book-signing sessions or getting out and about on location to meet people and this is where he gets inspiration for his childrens' books. I found his work ethic quite impressive.
And I agree with you Choux. No flies on our DW.
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A very clever talented man who works hard. Also a very kind and generous man and genuine. I don't enjoy his antics on BGT and don't find them funny, but it doesn't put me off him as a person. I doubt he acts like that in his normal life. I also hated little Britain. I don't care about his sexuality.
Utterly and totally creepy, makes my skin crawl.
Every time I see a picture of Lara Stone, I think how could she
I think he is very funny. Loved 'Come fly with me' so un P.C. which is great with me. I admired him when he did the Thames charity swim also.

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