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Courtney Act spills tea on ‘orgy’ with Australian Idol contestant

Author: Emily Chudy

Courtney Act and Rob Mills enjoyed a threesome. (Getty)

Drag icon Courtney Act has broken her silence on actor Rob Mills’ claims they had a “drink-fuelled” orgy during their time on Australian Idol.

Speaking on the podcast Brenda, Call Me! Courtney Act confirmed the story, but claimed she was “gobsmacked” by his exaggeration that “three people is an orgy”.

While jokingly confirming that the “orgy”, as discussed in Mills’s new autobiography Putting on a Show, was in fact a threesome, she also explained Mills had asked her permission before sharing the racy claims.

“Now, I’m absolutely gobsmacked by this revelation that Rob Mills thinks that three people is an orgy,” Courtney Act, 40, said on the podcast.

“He doesn’t know. You know these ones that, like, think they’re a player and then they reveal themselves to be barely vanilla with an admission like this!”

Rob Mills and Courtney Act
Rob Mills and Courtney Act, pictures together in 2004 (Getty Images)

Mills, who appeared alongside Courtney Act in the first series of Australian Idol in 2003, explained she and another unnamed woman had a threesome with the actor after taping one of the shows.

“We had an awesome, drink-fuelled threesome with a woman,” he wrote in an excerpt of his autobiography, published by the Herald Sun.

“Courtney, me and a woman; I’ll call her Sam. And we had a bit of an orgy… Courtney and Sam had sex, Sam and I had sex, Courtney and I had sex. There was a lot going on.”

Mills, who has previously said that he doesn’t identify as being bisexual despite having been intimate with men, added that he continued to sleep with “gay friends” at the time.

“There were subsequent times when, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, I had flings with gay friends and sometimes strangers,” he added.

Since her Australian Idol days, Courtney Act has become drag royalty after appearing on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Celebrity Big Brother UK, and as host of The Bi Life, the UK’s first bisexual reality dating show.

She has since said that she would be keen to return to her Australian roots, telling PinkNews she “absolutely” would make an appearance on Drag Race Down Under.

“I emailed the heads of World of Wonder when I got a whisper of Drag Race Down Under the first season and said, ‘I’m in Australia. I’m available. I love the show. I’d love to be involved’, but… the ball’s in their court,” she revealed.

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Author: Emily Chudy

My name is David but my online nick almost everywhere is Altabear. I'm a web developer, graphic artist and outspoken human rights (and by extension, mens rights) advocate. Married to my gorgeous husband for 10 years, together for 24 and living with our partner of 1.5 years, in beautiful Edmonton, Canada.

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