During his time in the 'Love Island' villa, there was often speculation over Curtis Pritchard's sexuality, despite him being in a relationship with two women.
Then Curtis came out of the Villa and told The Sun he would be open to having a relationship with a man. So then there was speculation over whether he was bisexual or not. And you know what? It's none of our damn business.
Earlier today Curtis Pritchard, who is currently dating Longford Love Islander Maura Higgins, joined the 'Good Morning Britain' team for a chat and found himself being quizzed on his sexuality.
Professional dancer Curtis however, refused to label himself telling presenters Adil Ray and Kate Garraway, "I'm not labelling anything."
When Adil asked why not, Curtis said: "I don't feel like I need to label anything. Because so many people put labels on things.
"I've learned this from the Villa actually ... saying my head's not going to be turned, and then in the future... the head gets turned. That's why I'm not labelling anything, I would be lying to you if I did."
‘I never want to label what the future is going to be because I don’t think anyone can really ever do that.’#LoveIsland's Curtis Pritchard addresses rumours about his sexuality. pic.twitter.com/RsAPJxo6sY
— Good Morning Britain (@GMB) August 8, 2019
Adil then continued the questioning by saying that bisexual men who find it difficult to come out may find his stance confusing. To which Curtis replied: "I don't feel like I'm going to label anything, because I just don't think that is the right thing to do in my opinion."
Curtis was then questioned about his relationship with men in the Villa, including his 'Love Island' bestie Tommy Fury.
"Look, I'm a man's man," Curtis said. "I like company around guys. I like to have guy friends.
"We had that initial connection, I'm not saying the Villa is a trauma but you go through a traumatic time even though it's amazing trauma, and we were there for each other."
Speaking about his relationship with Maura, Curtis said: "I am comfortable in my relationship with Maura, I can't wait to see if we are going to progress, have kids together, get married.
"Maura and I have obviously spoke, we have both said we are both comfortable, more than that, we are happy with what's going on. In life that is the main thing, people should be happy."
Needless to say, a lot of viewers were left very unimpressed with this interrogation.
— michelle lavery (@mlavery77) August 8, 2019
— Kags66 (@Kags661) August 8, 2019
he shouldnt have to label his sexuality and people shouldnt keep speculating.
Let this guy live his life, if hes bisexual or ever gets with another male then so what? Its 2019 things like this should be widely accepted.
— brin (@brintaylorr) August 8, 2019
Stopping flogging a dead horse. His business no one else’s. That interview was excruciating.
— Stute Lady (@StuteLady) August 8, 2019
Interrogating someone about their sexuality on tv? He shouldn’t be forced to say or label himself as anything. Let him live
— Elsie (@ElsieeeMayyy) August 8, 2019
Very uncomfortable interview. He shouldn't be forced to label himself as anything.
— Orla (@lapandao) August 8, 2019
Awful interview bordering on harassment. They kept at him but he kept his cool. 👏👏👏👏
— Sarah (@carolindanielle) August 8, 2019
— Donna (@donnalouiselew1) August 8, 2019