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#covid_19.” It wasn’t long before many of the actor's friends and fans rushed to the comments to wish him well.Gaby Roslin wrote: “No! Oh my darling wish you better.” Paul replied to her comment, saying: “Oh Gab, I wouldn’t wish this on anyone x.” Theaidsmemorial commented: “Get well soon.” Autnicath17 said: “Loads of Liposomal Vit C and shed loads of garlic! Get well soon darling xxxx.” Tinahobleyoffical wrote: “Oh darling Paul.” Michelledcollins penned: “Oh no paul get well soon x.” Paul is best known for his drag queen persona, Lily Savage. In the 90’s, however, he dropped the character and in the 90’s became presenter of various shows, namely the Paul O’Grady show. Paul spoke about his intentions for the mega-hit show when speaking to his biographer, Neil Simpson, in 2004. He said: “I just want the show to be like a party, a group of pals gabbing away about the first things that come into their heads. “There are always enough things in life to worry and get depressed about. “I want my show to take our minds off all that stuff, even if it's only for a while."

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