Prince Harry tells Alan Carr “I’m not gay!” after ‘erotic’ dance!

It seems that Prince Harry had to remind Alan Carr’s boyfriend Paul that he’s not gay after Alan gave the Prince an ‘erotic’ dance at a posh London nightclub.

The Sun reports that the Prince was invited to the Arts Club in Mayfair by David Beckham, and when Alan Carr walked in with his boyfriend, Gok Wan and Katherine Jenkins, David invited them to join their party.

However, Alan – who’d apparently had a few – made “a beeline” for Harry and did a dance known as the Dutty Wine (nope, I’ve never heard of it either…) which apparently involved a good deal of bumping and grinding…

Speaking to the Sun, Alan, who of course hosts his own chat show, Chatty Man, said, “I was hammered. My boyfriend Paul said I was doing it proper — hand on the floor and everything.

“Harry said to me, ‘Where are your glasses?’ Paul went, ‘Leave my boyfriend alone’ and Harry went, ‘I’m not gay!’

“What a lovely bloke. That’s what for me being a celebrity should be like…

“The next day I woke up and I was like the Cheshire Cat. I didn’t give David a dance — I was on with royalty!”

Alan was apparently taught how to do the suggestive dance by pop star Rihanna when she appeared on his chat show, which returns to Channel 4 this month.

But that wasn’t the only party the fun loving Prince has attended recently because he was also spotted at London’s Bunga Bunga club singing karaoke with Saturday’s singer Mollie King.

The paper reports that after closing time, the club’s staff set up the karaoke machine for the Prince and a group of his friends, and they enjoyed singing along until dawn.

A source told the paper, “The club closed at 3am but Harry and his friends were allowed to stay.

“One of Harry’s group then persuaded Mollie to keep partying. Harry was having a great time.”

The article concludes, “Mollie is believed to have left with a pal shortly before the royal, who was snapped doing a street jig then getting in his car.”

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, I'm A Celeb and Big Brother.