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November 30, 2015 / Posted by:

I read Buzzfeed’s post about this Wentworth dude and I still don’t know who he is. But that doesn’t matter at all, because the only thing any of us need to know about him is that he is a fabulous bearded swan of an adonis who knows how to bring the drama on a budget.

Wentworth (real name: Charles Corby) is apparently a singer/songwriter type and he pretty much anointed himself the Lord Gaga of Australia when he made a grand entrance at the ARIA Awards in Sydney last week. Wentworth arrived on the red carpet in some kind of sparkly cocoon that looks like gay endive leaves and when three oiled-up go-go dancers pulled it open, he sashayed out looking like a fabulous broken egg shell. When you make a grand entrance, it usually helps when people know who you actually are, but I’ll let it slide in this case, because Wentworth did it right.

Only someone who has their PhD in HIGH ART has the knowledge to correctly interpret Wentoworth’s red carpet performance art piece, but if I had to guess, I’d say that those wonky angel wing things represent the cocoon that society has placed him in and he represents a butterfly swan baby who is busting out into the world. Or bitch just wanted as much attention as possible and knew this is how to get it. It’s like a scene straight out of a community theater production of the Birth of Venus in gay heaven.

On a serious note, Wentworth should expect to get a copyright infringement letter from Scientology’s lawyers, because this is exactly what a regular Scientology baptism looks like.

Pics: Getty

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