Donald Trump’s alleged mistress Stormy Daniels is set to host the new gay dating reality show, For The Love of DILFs.
According to Deadline, the new series will follow a group of gay men –who either identify as a “Himbo” or “Daddy” –as they find love and compete for a $10,000 grand prize.
Taking notes from shows like The Bachelor and Love Island, the contestants will all live under one roof and receive dating advice from Daniels.
The eight-episode series is set to premiere on the Canadian LGBTQ+ channel OUTtv in 2023.
Shortly after the news was announced, Daniels took to Instagram to express her excitement over the forthcoming series.
“This was such a blast to film…and wild! Thank you [Topher Cusumano] and [Artie Davis] for the opportunity! Coming soon from Daddy TV, OUTtv. And thanks, Deadline,” she wrote.
Daddy TV co-founder Topher Cusumano and OUTtv COO Philip Webb echoed similar sentiments while also giving insight into why Daniels was chosen to host the LGBTQ+ series.
“For years, the internet has been obsessed with these two specific gay subcultures, which on the surface seem like total opposites. But if reality TV teaches us anything, it’s that sometimes opposites attract,” said Cusumano
“There was no better person to help these men find love with each other than Stormy. She adds so much humour and heart to the show. You can tell just by watching how she was genuinely invested in the singles and their happiness.”
Webb added: “We’re thrilled to be working with Stormy. She has a long public history of standing up for the LGBTQ+ community. That allyship, starpower, and relationship expertise makes her the perfect fit to helm a show about guys hunting for love.”
Back in 2019, Daniels publicly came out as bisexual on Twitter after one of her followers asked if she was a lesbian.
“Nope…I like to f*ck men and women. It’s called bisexual,” she wrote in response.
Make sure to follow OUTtv for more information about For The Love of DILFs.
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