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’, I say, ‘Come on, you can drop the at the moment’. “To succeed in this business, you do have to work very hard and sacrifice a lot to get there,” he continued. Once you’ve arrived, you don’t walk away from it lightly because getting there has cost you dear. I’m not digging coal.” “The majority of people in showbiz put their career before everything. As psychological problems go, it’s quite a good one to have. But equally you miss out on a lot.” Norton spoke in an interview with Radio Times last week to say that he no longer watches the ITV show X Factor, and that it has “lost its credibility”.
He said: “It just seems so long now – it’s endless,” he said.
“No, I couldn’t do Grindr, because you know, of what it is, and I work for the BBC and I felt Tinder was socially acceptable, I could do Tinder, but no more,” he said.
The topic then turned to Norton’s thoughts on living with people, and how difficult that can be. Marriages don’t break up because of big things.” He added: “People co-habit because they have to, because it makes economic sense, I don’t think anybody wants to live with anybody.
Speaking on Katie Couric’s podcast, the 55-year-old said he has not been in a relationship since he split from boyfriend Scott Michaels last year.
Bell's preoccupation with his mother's deafness led him to study acoustics.