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GAY GUYS FRANCY ME; EXCLUSIVE (..We can't think why Mr Cosgrave).

Byline: By PAUL MARTIN

REALITY TV star Fran Cosgrave has said he is always being hit on by gay men in nightclubs.

The Dubliner, who is famed for chasing the ladies, revealed: "Of course people try it on with me in gay clubs.

"If you're not gay you just say, 'Sorry about that, mate, I apologise'. So I've never taken them up on the offer. It doesn't do it for me. "But I love the gay scene. Everyone's just chilled-out, you don't get as many muppets trying to cause problems.

"I perform my DJ sets in loads of gay clubs and I feel completely comfortable around gay people."

Fran has been voted one of the hottest men on the planet since he won Celebrity Love Island last year. And the 28-year-old said his great physique is down to regular workouts in the gym.

He added: "I used to be 18 stone but now I'm only about 14 stone. I go to the gym as much as I can. If I don't go my head gets f**ked. I hate myself. I look in the mirror and go, 'You f**king w***er'."

He admitted he likes to party at weekends but says he pays for it the next day.

Fran added: "I'm rubbish with hangovers. When you wake up on Monday and you've got the worst hangover and you realise you've lost your watch, your shoes are gone, there's all these random people in your bed and you're like, 'Aaaargh'!"

The star added he has no regrets about dating a series of celebrity beauties even though he was once branded a "horrible human being" by glamour girl Jodie Marsh when their relationship collapsed.

He said: "I had a f***ing ball but if people thought I was just some f***ing idiot hanging around with famous birds trying to get famous, that's not the way it was.

"Me and my ex-fiancee Natasha Hamilton have been on and off for six years, so it's not like I was going around shagging people trying to get in the papers."

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Date:Aug 21, 2006
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