Viewers tuning in to last Friday's Friday Night With Jonathan Ross to drool over Nicole Kidman, or to check if David Schwimmer is as irritating in real life as his Friends persona, would have been startled by the presence, along with the movie and TV stars, of a startling apparition. The third guest on Ross's sofa was Shirley Ghostman. Bearing the same Christian name and almost the same girth as the wrestler Big Daddy, Mr Ghostman was a queenily self-satisfied Northern comic in a three-piece white satin suit and a meringue-like blonde wig. In his 10 minutes of fame he contrived to embarrass, appal, mortify or otherwise upset the nationwide TV-watching audience, the - normally shriek-at-anything - TV studio audience, his host Ross could be seen visibly squirming by the end and his fellow guests.
Is Marc Wootton gay or straight?
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Yes, folks Dan Wootton is in fact gay. The year-old journalist took to Twitter in December to announce that he was gay and pro-equality. If the media hides gay relationships then how will they ever be normalised? He has attracted a fair bit of criticism from the LGBT community because of the way that he has tackled certain subjects.
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Dan Wootton born 2 March is a New Zealand-born journalist and broadcaster. In , he joined the News of the World. In , he joined The Sun on Sunday and became editor of the Bizarre column the following year. In February , he became associate editor of The Sun and in March was promoted to executive editor. Since he has also been a regular contributor and panellist on Big Brother's Bit on the Side.
Comedian Mark Wootton is better known as spoof psychic Shirley Ghostman. A close friend lost someone dear and I went to see a psychic with them. Shirley came as a result of me witnessing what was going on. I went to see a couple of the more famous psychics do their live performances.