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Woody says he received advice from both parents about the consequences of the public.
He said, "My parents know that I am doing the show and they are supportive.
" They have given me much to think about from previous experiences and advice.
"You said that what you say on TV is out there forever, and you can not say it again – and that you share it too much, you never split it out."
"I could be one Person (about his parents) tell if I really trust them. Throughout my life, many people have already known who I am before I meet them. This is a good chance to see if people really like me alone.
The Brighton teenager is already thinking about how he could use the profits.
"I would not spend everything immediately," he said.
"I would get a lot of music equipment and start working on my dream. The dream is to bring together a group of friends and start a record label. "
But he does not think his famous parents will make things difficult for people."
"I could get more attention outside the show, but it will not be a real extra pressure on me in the Circle, because nobody will know who they are!
Woody came out as a bisexual in January.
He initially ignored his attraction to boys, but opened himself after a discussion with a lesbian at a party.
He said, "There was this girl, I really liked who said: & # 39; ; It's a shame you're not a girl, I just like girls – it's great to be gay. & # 39; And I said; & # 39; Yes, I'm gay too, I'm bisexual. & # 39;
"I just laughed at the time, but then I woke up the next day and thought:" Why did I say that? "And the more I thought about it, the more thought it was I: "Oh my God, that explains everything!"
The Circle starts on Tuesday at 21.15 on Channel 4