The Talk - Dove Cameron in 'shock' After Reaction to Coming Out; Says Life Feels 'richer now'
On Friday on "The Talk", Dove Cameron talks about coming out as queer and reacts to her Gay Times cover. "I guess I thought I was out ... I've lived my life as a queer girl and then as a woman. And so I didn't think it was necessary to get out like that, so when the Gay Times cover came out, it was something that was so natural to me, but it hit in a much bigger way. I think it was a shock to me because I think I thought the world knew. That was a bit of an adjustment period, but It was really nice. People were very nice, very supportive. My life feels a bit richer now, feels a bit more like 3D than 2D. " Cameron also talks about her new series "Schmigadoon!" and list live music numbers. "It was amazing. I think what they did so well at the casting is that it's full of people who have come from musical theater, so I think it was a natural thing for us. It would be more unnatural for us been singing on track. " or rehearsing too much ... it kind of adds to that feeling of being in another world. "
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