Rylan Clark hospitalized after ‘dark and dangerous’ thoughts took over – star shares battle

Nation’s darling Rylan Clark has bravely admitted he was hospitalized for his own safety after his marriage split sparked a breakdown

Rylan Clark has revealed dark thoughts led to him being hospitalized for his own safety after his marriage split sparked a breakdown.

The adorable star, who shot to fame on The X Factor, bravely shared his fight today and thanked his family and close friends for their support, saying he wouldn’t be here without them.

Determined to rise to fame by any means, Rylan – real name Ross – burst onto our screens on X Factor before winning CBB and then becoming the show’s host.

But fans grew concerned after news broke that the Essex native was splitting from her husband of six years, Dan, last summer. Rylan has ‘disappeared’ from TV and radio – and only now is he explaining how dark 2021 was for the star.








Rylan in the infamous CBB chair
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Addressing the Observer, he said, “I didn’t think I would be here. I didn’t think I could go on. Could he continue to work, I ask, or to live? “Both. I didn’t really expect to come back. I was very… gone.

“I was having thoughts and doing things that made me… screwed up, for lack of a better word. I didn’t understand why I was doing this to myself. For safety reasons.” He coughs softly. “It’s really strange to talk about it, because I haven’t even told my friends about it. I never thought I could get this sick.

“Strange situations do very strange things to people. If it wasn’t for my mom, family and close friends, I really have no idea if I would be here.”








Rylan with her husband Dan
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He swore to take care of himself
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Rylan explained that his time in hospital taught him to say no to people after his character of Rylan began to invade his privacy and admits that although the breakdown of his marriage was a trigger, he needed to find “Ross”.

He adds: “I learned that I was worth something. That I should be proud of myself, not embarrassed of Rylan. I should be proud to be able to build a house for my mother. I should be proud to be able to employ my family. I learned that.”

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