Angèle returns to the documentary she is the subject of on Netflix. A film in which she evokes for the first time her bisexuality and her outing.
“It was a need,” she says. Angèle recently spoke about her bisexuality. The Belgian singer is the subject of an eponymous documentary broadcast on Netflix since November 26, in which she spoke for the first time about her bisexuality. And the artist returned to the subject in the columns of Le Parisien, Friday, December 3: “It was about time I could say it in a secure context.” Angèle has indeed taken the time to “learn the codes of this new world”. The “Balance your what” performer continued, “I have understood and digested a lot of things and now that I have regained control, I feel like I can live my life the way I want to.” For her 26th birthday, the singer also released her second album on December 3 a week in advance, called “Nonante-five”, 95, as her year of birth. A stake after the success of “Brol” which sold more than a million copies.
“My coming-out has been stolen from me”
Still in Le Parisien, Angèle also recalled that her bisexuality was “no longer a secret” anyway. She had left some “obvious clues” in the song called “Your Queen”. In her documentary, Angèle also returned to the revelation of her bisexuality which “was stolen from her”, according to her. In 2020, even before the celebrity magazine Public revealed photos of Angela and her companion, the comedian Marie Papillon, the program Touche Pas à Mon Poste had seized the scoop, thus revealing the bisexuality of the artist . “(Cyril) Hanouna ‘outraged’ me. He was the first person to say live that I was with a woman. My coming-out has been stolen from me, ”she lamented in her documentary. Angèle had not even had the opportunity to tell her family about it: “I would have preferred to choose the moment.” The ex-companion of the dancer Leo Walk has also “realized quite late” that she was “bi”. She regretted in passing not having seen, during her adolescence, more figures from the diversity within the musical sphere: “I might have understood faster than I was bi. I would have lied to myself less, and I would have lived other stories. ”