Well not really, but it's a step in that direction... sort of. By omission (his middle name), at least. There's an interview with Noted Homosexual Luke Evans with The Telegraph out today, and well Luke has maybe decided to tidy up his messy little corner a little bit. Sweep things into a pile. (Of crap.) The passage of import:
"One of the advantages of becoming famous in your 30s is this ability to view yourself objectively and make judgments both personal and professional accordingly. One of the disadvantages is that any early candour may come back to haunt you. So when Evans decided to out himself at 22 (‘I’m going to have to be open,’ he told The Advocate magazine in 2002. ‘It’s who I am’) he may not have imagined how this would be blown up beneath the magnifying glass of a later celebrity.‘As I’ve grown up in this business over the past five or six years I’ve realised that there’s very little you can keep private,’ he says now. ‘So I’m protecting the only bit that I have any control over. My private life feels like the last thing I can keep hold of.’ Does he regret being so open early on? ‘I’m very happy with who I am – and so are my family.'"
Honestly though, what is he even going on about? He makes becoming a well-paid action-movie star sound like he's having nails driven up under his fingers. "My private life is all I have to hold on to!!!" Oh the exquisite pain and drama of it all -- it's so hard for Luke Evans making his big dumb movies. I mean what does that statement even mean? What exactly has he given up that his love-life is all he has left? It's nonsense. What he means is, "The only reason anybody writes blog posts (cough cough) about me is because I am insufferable with my unending nonsense, so I have to keep the only thing interesting about me going." Translation accomplished.