Queerty is better as a member
Did we not learn anything from A-List: New York/Texas/whatever? I don’t care to be reminded of how fab life is for the elite gays.
I find it highly unlikely Neil and David would do this show. They don’t need the money, and they know reality tv makes people look really, really messy. Perez Hilton is a perfect candidate. NPH? Not so much.
BTW, I’d love if Live got rid of Michael Straihan and hired NPH as Kelly’s co-host. They have incredible chemistry.
Finally, I wanted to say that I met David and the twins at a restaurant in Harlem last year. He’s so sweet, the twins are terrific, and I’m so happy for the whole family. They have a townhouse if I remember correctly, and I totally understand why they’d want a quieter and more stable life for their children. The part of town they live in is rejuvenated, full of parks, old architecture, quiet streets, and hip restaurants. Keep in mind I’m a New Yorker, so I’m biased, but I totally get why they’d trade in that LA mess for their beautiful next chapter.
Plus they both look a bit faded….
if they want to stay together- they will say NO to reality show!!!!!! Neil had to make plenty of money on his show and is now on Broadway- why on Earth would they jeopardize their marriage- all reality marriages crash within a year or two!!!!!
Ok, I get that producers of these shows seem to think for some reason that following the model of “Bad Girls Club” is far better than trying to do an actual show that is interesting.
But PLEASE, if they are going to do a show about gay dads, PLEASE put some people in there that the audience actually can like and not a bunch of people like any of the “Real Housewives”.
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