Ex-Towie star says LGBT Awards 'made coming out better'

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Ex-Towie star says LGBT Awards 'made coming out better'

Former reality TV star Charlie King says being shortlisted for the LGBT Awards made his experience of coming out better. The ex-Towie personality joins the likes of Caitlyn Jenner, Danny Dyer and Nick Grimshaw in being shortlisted for the ceremony - which aims to celebrate individuals and organisations who've shown an outstanding commitment to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. He was speaking to London Live News along with LGBT Awards head judge, Daniel Winterfeldt.

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