Big Brother season 11 finalist Alex Rose Lee comes out of the closet, gets a rad makeover
The reality star even shared the moment when she came out to her parents as homosexual, especially her mother.
Alex Rose Lee, who was a finalist on Big Brother's 11th season, has now come out of the closet and declared herself gay after she underwent an amazing transformation and turned herself into a literal "Barbie girl".
The celebrity told Diva magazine that she knew it for a long time that she was majorly attracted to the same sex, but hid her true identity and called herself bisexual for personal reasons.
"I’ve known since I was younger that I’ve been attracted to women. It’s only quite recently that I was able to find the strength to come out and say, 'Look, I’m gay.'"
She continued, "I was saying to people over the last couple of years that I was bisexual. It wasn’t until I was at Gran Canaria Pride that I was like, 'You know what? It just feels so great to be around so many strong women and men.'"
Just me & my King. pic.twitter.com/gG15KUoPE8— ARL (@MissAlexRoseLee) January 18, 2017
The reality star even shared the moment where she came out to her parents as homosexual, especially her mother.
"When I arrived back to the UK, my mum picked me up at the airport and I said, 'Look, I need to tell you something.' And I just said it in the car park. She was just made up about it." She added, "I think she knew anyway, but I hadn’t said it out loud and being able to say it I feel so much better. I felt like a huge weight off my shoulders."
For those who haven't noticed her in the past, Lee has undergone a major transformation since her appearance on Big Brother back in 2011. The star has since then treated herself to a few cosmetic enhancements and plastic surgeries like a boob job and lip fillers.
I still believe in soul mates. pic.twitter.com/bwzM8f4xY9— ARL (@MissAlexRoseLee) February 24, 2018
Lee shared about the reason behind her transformation and why she decided to undergo all the surgeries in the first place. "In a way it's sad, because when I saw myself on telly, it wasn't me. It wasn't what I thought I looked like. It really affected me over the years with body dysmorphia."
She added, "Using the money and getting surgery and changing the way I looked, it's made me into the person I always wanted to be. It's like a fresh start."
Braids for days. pic.twitter.com/YfzwTqjnXf— ARL (@MissAlexRoseLee) February 19, 2018