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Entertainment News: News

Fri 9 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


What I didn't want as a stereotype was what I call a teatime gay, the Sean Tully type

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So long are the ratings battles or for the next Soap award, there is new real life battle happening in the already over dramatised world of soaps, as John Partridge and Anthony Cotton attack each others on screen characters.

EastEnders actor John Partridge branded to the Corrie actor, who plays Sean Tully as a tea time gay unlike his alter-ego, lothario Christian Clarke.

When asked about his character Partridge, who is openly gay in real life, reportedly said: “What I didn't want as a stereotype was what I call a teatime gay, the Sean Tully type.

"I've worked in theatre for 20 years and there are lots of queens in the West End that look and act like that."



Anthony has hit back at Partridge, saying: "This is from a man who on the same day goes on Elaine Paige's show and reveals how he hoovers dressed in a catsuit."

He later attempted to back track but stating on Twitter: "There is no war of words going on with me and Johnny Partridge."

 

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