Obviously not totally since he is still married to Lara Stone, with a baby and all.
Years ago, on digitalspy forums, there was a woman who claimed to work in the media and she said, using transparent clues, that Walliams is gay and bearding with Stone (a lesbian) for his elderly mother who is religious - maybe also for the public. She said that the media know this and that Walliams and Stone HATED each other and photogs could see this but that, of course, the gossip press just go along with it.
I've always thought he was as much of a laydee as the characters he plays. Always.
He's a nobody. Stop posting about him.
R2,he`s a Brit. For some reason Brits matter these days, apparently.
He's really annoying and not funny at all.
I did find it odd when he married Stone. I couldn't and still can't see what the hell she sees in him.
No, r3. He's not an important Brit. He was a flash in the pan years ago.
R2. You're sort of right. I'll be surprised if this makes it to double digits!
No, I think he just pissed off somebody at the Daily Mail.
He's probably one of those guys gay men hope to god isn't one of them :D
Oh, and some Brits post here too.
I think he just very [childish epithet posted by a bigoted tool] but not gay. He played the game to his advantage to create interest in himself.
His comments actually sound like someone who used gay rumours of themselves to promote themselves and is back tracking on previous comments without trying to offend the gay community.
I thought Little Britain was one of the best comedies ever.
The British elite does have quite a bit of other deviances than homosexuality though, even more so than other elites.
R10 Matt Lucas, the out gay of the pair, to all intents and purposes, comes across as quite a masculine straight man in real life, deep voice, no mannerisms. Zilch. And Walliams who comes off as a prancing weirdo (though I'll give him his due for his stellar charity escapades) is the so-called 'straight' man of the two.
[quote]Years ago, on digitalspy forums, there was a woman who claimed to work in the media and she said, using transparent clues, that Walliams is gay and bearding with Stone (a lesbian) for his elderly mother who is religious - maybe also for the public. She said that the media know this and that Walliams and Stone HATED each other and photogs could see this but that, of course, the gossip press just go along with it.
The media all know who is gay. They go along with it because there are often injunctions in place and they manage to wangle deals with these stars agents to print garbage but in a different direction, in order not to out them. It's totally ridiculous and has been for a long time.
David Walliams, like Russell Brand, is a raging case of bipolar disorder who via some formal theatrical training, a good sense of comic timing and complete lack of inhibition has channeled his craziness into an act that sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. Russell has a very typical sexual orientation for a bipolar, which is that he just fucks everything in sight, whereas David's sex drive has taken a bizarre and arcane path that nobody can quite figure out. I don't think it's as simple as gay, straight or bi.
[quote]I thought Little Britain was one of the best comedies ever.
The same stupid catch phrase repeated incessantly makes one of the best comedies ever? It ruined British television, and Ricky Gervais staged an entire sitcom around it.
Not much creeping - in that sense - when DW two years ago said on a quiz show that he wanted to suck Harry Styles's cock.
[R14] he says things to shock and get attention, that's basically his act. Have you seen him on Britain's Got Talent? The only "joke" he has on that show is "my Simon" where he basically flirts and creeps up to Simon.
Walliams is MILES better when he just behaves sensibly. Like a different person.
But in full Dame Slap mode he gets a bit wearisome. He even he manages to make Queen Cowell look like Mr Average Straight Dad by comparison and that's quite a feat if you ask me!
Which is why Cowell employs him, r16.
He is disgusting, I can't think of anyone creepier.
I hate Cowell for reviving this hasbeen, at least with Dannii Minogue it served a purpose: he gave her the big break she always needed and a new star was born, she was the best judge. Just as Walliams schtick was wearing thin as well.
The thought of those two shirtlifters on the same panel trying to outcamp one another is stomach turning. Most pointless everyone-knows closets ever.
[quote]The same stupid catch phrase repeated incessantly makes one of the best comedies ever?
Has been done well before though.
Walliams and Lucas tried a second show, "Come Fly With Me" - which was pretty awful- but it never made it to a second series due to a falling out. Matt Lucas didn't want to continue with it. Wonder what caused that.
What's up with Cowell's "kid" and "baby mama"?
I forgot all about Fly with Me. It wasn't very good, although it had a few funny characters that each of the actors played. I think, even if there hadn't been a fallout, it might not have made it through to a second series.
Gay? Computer says NO.
David was very much "out" before he became well known.
R21. And this is here because... (Brain Fart?)
What kind of falling out did Lucas and Walliams have? I hadn't heard about it.
[quote] Matt Lucas, the out gay of the pair, to all intents and purposes, comes across as quite a masculine straight man in real life, deep voice, no mannerisms. Zilch
That's not quite true. Walliams is camper, though.
It is quite true, 27. Lucas has get going to camp it up and he's quite pleasantly monotoned and measured in his speaking voice.
Walliams is camp at all times and my guess is that having two 'out gay men' on Little Britain and going forward into the X Factor would have been seen by studio bosses to detract from the art.
Homophobic thinking still prevails unfortunately, but there you go.
It's usually women who talk about "falling in love with the person, not the gender."
[quote] he's quite pleasantly monotoned
How can one be pleasantly monotoned?
That should probably read: "He has a pleasantly modulated voice."