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Monday, 15 February 2016

Bafta host and high-brow comic, so gay in a Parisian way, Stephen Fry, has revealed he believes his past life led him to where he is now; a hunted, wounded clown!

After being rather rude to several BAFTA winners, Fry told his I year-old husband (Not 1 year-old, 1 year-old marriage) that he is haunted by the ghost of a rather more famous gay-ghost of yesteryear, Oscar Wilde, who loved younger men too.

In fact Stephen has intimately admitted to his young hubby, he believes he is the reincarnation of the great man! This revelation has driven him to giving up his favourite pastime, being an intellectual twit on Twitter, because homophobic stalkers called Followers hunt him down just like the lynch mob that hunted Oscar many years ago! The only difference is, these are cyber morons and those who hunted poor Oscar were real life morons!

After the BAFTA award show Stephen was seen uncomfortably dancing with the female he had earlier insulted, designer Jenny Beaven, and she whispered in his ear:"Oh Stephen you are so Wilde!"

Stephen replied in a pink champagne frenzy, "pleased to meet you, Oscar at your service!"

He was later seen being bundled into his old-timer Rolls Royce by his husband who threatened to divorce him if he ever touched a female again!

Stephen, totally canned, was heard humming a rendition of that famous Troggs hit, "Wilde Thing"

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