Lakis Gavalas: "I'd like to be a father; Sophia Hadjipanteli is like a drag queen"

Lakis Gavalas

Lakis Gavalas was invited to the "Night Out" show with Theoharis Ioannidis and expressed his personal opinion on the sexes, described Sophia Hadjipanteli as similar to a drag queen and revealed his desire to have children.

Gavalas initially expressed his thoughts about the sexes: "For me there is no gender. Let's say I have loved women more than their men and I have eaten porridge from a man I would have liked to be with."

About his character and the dark moments he went through, Gavalas said: "Real tears have fallen from my eyes many times because many people have made me cry and most of them out of malice, out of competition I would say, although I do not enter into competition.

"I have cried bitterly, I'm a person who gets emotional, I'm not steel," the fashion designer added.

Speaking about his desire to have children, he said: "I would like to be a father. In the neighbourhood we have a restaurant, one of the waiters had a child who is 6 months old. When I saw it, I said to myself how much I would like to have two or three such children, but children must be born at such an age and under such conditions and circumstances, because these children will live in a very different, sophisticated world and they want more resources and now at this age I don't even think about it."

Lakis Gavalas also left comment about Sophia Hadjipanteli, who was introduced to the Greek public this year through her presence at the auditions stage of Greece's Next Top Model (GNTM): "I have seen a photo with a chest piece that drag queens wear in shows and Sophia Hadjipanteli poses with this."

"Why should I like a woman who is like a drag queen and not a gorgeous girl or also a gorgeous boy who wants to grow into a woman. Sophia Hadjipanteli represents something different, but that doesn't mean I like her. I can't understand this girl has to be like this with such intense style," he questioned.

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