Paris Opera drops 'bad boy of ballet' Sergei Polunin for insulting gay dancers

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The mercurial 'bad boy of ballet', who was compared to Rudolf Nureyev earlier in his career, blasted gay dancers in an Instagram post last month in which he urged male ballet dancers to 'man up'.
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