David Walliams ‘proves’ he is not gay

British comedian David Walliams takes supermodel wife to Paul McCartney gig to quash rumors about his sexuality

David Walliams ‘proves’ he is not gay
30 March 2012

Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams is in the headlines yet again to 'prove' he's not gay.

Walliams, who starred with gay comedian Matt Lucas in the successful Little Britain TV shows, is the subject of a Daily Mail story today, detailing how Walliams brought his wife to a Paul McCartney concert at London's Royal Albert Hall to 'prove' he is straight following a jibe at a previous gig where McCartney insinuated Walliams was gay.

The Mail reports that the confusion over sexuality arose because Walliams took his friend James to the previous McCartney gig, provoking the ex-Beatle to joke that the pair were a couple.

Last week Walliams made headlines for ribbing music mogul Simon Cowell about his sexuality on The Jonathan Ross Show, revealing that the question on everyone's lips is whether The X Factor creator is gay.

Today's speculation over Walliams' sexuality is the latest in a long line of stories on the subject, despite him marrying Dutch model Lara Stone in London in May 2010.

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