Will Young has announced a new documentary about the deaths of his twin brother Rupert.
The singer’s brother died in 2020 after suffering from alcoholism for more than 20 years.
An estimated 1.6 million depend on alcohol, with only 18% of people needing specialist treatment.
“It was very instructive and emotional to make this film and I’m very proud of everyone’s involvement,” said Young about the new film entitled Will Young: Losing My Twin Rupert, commissioned by Channel 4.
“I hope it will provide an insight into the difficulties faced by so many people in the UK today who are addicted and get the help they need.”
According to the Birmingham Mail, Young has already spoken out of court at his brother ‘s inquest, saying he believes his brother should have been seen by a psychiatrist and given an article on the Mental Health Act.
Rita Daniels, Editor of the Channel 4 Commission, told the film: brother. help those who are going through similar problems.
No release date has yet been confirmed for Will Young: Losing My Twin Rupert. Stay tuned for the news.
Meanwhile, at the end of last year Will Young turned himself outside a dog breeding center in Cambridgeshire.
The pop star teamed up with “Camp Beagle” animal rights protesters to campaign for the closure of MBR Acres in Wyton, near Huntingdon. They also demanded the release of dogs from the facility and the cessation of the use of beagles in laboratory tests.