The former T4 presenter said: 'It’s horrible, I wouldn’t wish this on anyone. 2015 was the worst year of our lives - nobody could ever have predicted this.'He was such a kind human being who just loved people and who treated everybody the same and was the life and soul of the party and whenever you had a problem he was the guy you turn to,' she told fellow panellists.
Making an emotional plea, she added: 'For anybody even considering it, even having those thoughts, I beg you on behalf of the people you love, on behalf of your family, your family, the teacher whose favourite student you were, don’t do it.'We live in a society where men aren’t allowed to express their feelings, so if you are an alpha male the way that my brother was or the one that everybody relies on, you don't feel confident enough to be weak.
"I think they think ' Oh, is she a bunny boiler? ' June describes her brother's death as "the worst, most painful thing" to ever happen to her.She is certainly straight as no rumors questioning her sexuality have come up in the news tabloids.However, it can be said that she is hiding the details of her affair and boyfriend pretty well from the eyes of the public and certainly is not single.A versatile personality, she has also been included in several other endeavors.
June Sarpong has certainly done a pretty good job of adequately hiding the details about her personal life from her fans and critics.
At the beginning of each episode, the ten male contestants would come out on the stage and introduce themselves to the audience, and from these first impressions the audience would eliminate the three least popular guys.