Michelle Visage responds as RPDR's Utica apologises for body-shaming jokes

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MICHELLE VISAGE RESPONDS AS RPDR'S UTICA APOLOGISES FOR BODY-SHAMING JOKES

Utica Queen has said she is sorry for making body-shaming jokes on RuPaul's Drag Race.

During the most recent episode, she was heard making comments about various people's weight (as well as insulting RuPaul's dress sense, resulting in an obscene hand gesture).

The contestant, who sashayed away in last week's episode after she bombed during the comedy roast challenge, singled out judges Michelle Visage and Loni Love, plus special guest Nina West for apologies.

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BMX RIDER COREY WALSH COMES OUT PUBLICLY AS GAY: 'I'M STOKED'

Congratulations are in order for BMX rider Corey Walsh, who has come out to fans as gay.

Addressing his followers on Instagram yesterday, the sportsman said he was "stoked" to make the announcement.

The Canadian explained that with the "the support of my family, friends, and sponsors" he felt ready to make the step - although "in a perfect world" he wouldn't have to.

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