Richard Madden Isn’t Saying Whether He And Brandon Flynn Are A Couple Or Not

June 1, 2019 / Posted by:

Richard Madden was recently seen quasi-embracing openly queer actor Brandon Flynn while they were buying doobies together. So they’re obviously fucking. Or not. Richard Madden ain’t saying.

Richard’s playing Elton John’s first manager/ex-boyfriend John Reid in the Elton John bio-pic Rocketman, so he’s out there shilling the flick and has to endure things like the New York Times asking him whether he’s bi or whatever.

Madden used to date actresses Jenna Coleman and Ellie Bamber but they’ve both been ejected, and now he’s been seen multiple times with Brandon, like last week when they wore matching outfits in NYC.

Many signs point to them exploring the orifices of each other’s pale, built bodies, but Richard wants to keep that private:

Madden shrugged, unbothered by the question but in no hurry to answer it, either. “I just keep my personal life personal,” he said. “I’ve never talked about my relationships.”

Richard moved to L.A., where he’s Brandon’s “roommate,” and he’s beginning to loathe the paparazzi. Maybe he didn’t realize that L.A is one of the three most paparazzi-intense locales on the planet? He says that he’s currently working to dissuade the paps from clicking him wherever he goes. He’s got a couple of strategies for those pesky paparazzi.

He’s working on a way to deter paparazzi interest in who he’s seen with: “I wear the same clothes days in a row, because if it looks like the same day, they can’t run the pictures. There’s only so many photos you can have of me with a green juice walking down the street.”

Good point and good luck, Richard. But let’s talk again about how Brandon and Richard wear a matching necklace, the same necklace Richard gave to his ex-Jenna Coleman. Fast-forward a couple of years to when Jenna, Ellie, and Brandon run into each other at an event, do some shots, and realize that Richard gave them all the same necklace. He gave them a necklace that he probably lied and said belonged to his dear ole’ grandmum who was killed in some war and it would mean so much to have [insert fuck-buddy’s name] wear it. And they all figure out he has a box of them that he got for cheap at Costco. What an asshole, huh? It’s like the beginning of a bad revenge rom-com with Leslie Mann.


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