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Big Pride Party viewers baffled by Channel 4 content warnings

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Channel 4 show. Brummie comedian Joe Lycett was hosting the show live from Birmingham on Sunday night (July 3). The celebration of 50 years of Pride and everything LGBTQ+ saw musical performances from Boy George and Culture Club, Steps and Self Esteem and chats with celebrity guests, including Heartstopper stars Joe Locke and Yasmin Finney, actor Rupert Everett, comedian Mawaan Rizwan and RuPaul’s Drag Race UK stars Lawrance Chaney and Tia Kofi.

Viewers were loving the programme, but some were upset over the content warnings from the continuity announcer. He warned of very strong offensive language, adult content and scenes of a sexual nature. Read more Big Pride Party viewers baffled by Boy George's 'new teeth' @ZacQuinn said: "There definitely aren’t this many ‘content warnings’ during het programming.

So much progress still to be made and attitudes still to be changed. #bigprideparty. "@DMO_GB commented: "Hey @channel4 it’s not “offensive language” - it’s language *some* people *may* find offensive - but are highly likely NOT to be watching #BigPrideParty. "Video: Celebrity Gogglebox stars watch Big Boys coming out scene in Pride special (The Independent)Comedian Janey Godley reveals she has ovarian cancerMachine Gun Kelly explains why he has a necklace with Megan Fox's blood insideAllen Vs Farrow HBO documentary trailerDad's Army - TrailerOsbourne documentary premiereDavid Bowie predicted the future of the Internet 21 years agoBritish acts rock GlastonburyGeorge Michael explained his 'self-destructive behaviour' on Desert Island DiscsCharlie Radnedge enters Love IslandSNL mocks Justin Timberlake over Britney Spears apologyJohnny Depp's new vampire roleBill Cosby bailedWinston Churchill statue uncovered in Westminster.

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