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Bella Thorne helps fan come out as bisexual with empowering kiss

Bella Thorne helps fan come out as bisexual with empowering kiss

Coming out can be a difficult process, but having someone help you make that first step can make it all worthwhile, especially when that someone is Bella Thorne.

The actress, who came out as bisexual in 2016, helped a fan come out as bisexual, too, as she attended the MCM Gay Pride Benefit event held in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday 5 June.

According to the Daily Mail, the 21-year-old helped Jazz Egger to come out in an Instagram post on the model’s account. Coming out to her 39,9000 followers and the world.

What happened?

A source revealed to the UK newspaper that Thorne ‘helped a girl come out at the MCM Pride Event.

‘The girl, whose name is Jazz Egger, told Bella she wants to finally come out as bisexual this Pride season. She called Bella “an angel.”‘

 

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The insider added: ‘Bella kissed her for a picture to empower her. People applauded. The two laughed and cried and clearly had a moment.’

‘When asked about the encounter with Bella she said she’s been following her for a while on Instagram and that Bella helped her be okay with her sexuality.

‘While Jazz and Bella were talking, Bella said how sweet and beautiful she thinks Jazz is.’

Who is Jazz Egger?

Egger is a 21-year-old model from Austria, as well as an actress herself and music journalist.

In 2013, she competed in the final of Elite Model Look, the world’s most prestigious modelling contest.

Agency WMM Models currently represent her. Moreover, away from the camera, the model is an outspoken commentator of the fashion scene.

Last year, she re-captioned a back-log of her Instagram posts – many behind the scenes shots and selfies – with ‘#TruthBehindThisShot.’ Doing so to reveal the raw situation behind the filtered image.

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