Trump’s alleged mistress Stormy Daniels to host gay ‘DILFs and himbos’ dating show
Donald Trump’s alleged mistress Stormy Daniels is set to host a gay dating show called For The Love of DILFs.
According to Deadline, the new show for LGBTQ+ TV network OUTtv will follow two groups of gay men, Daddies and Himbos, as they attempt to find love, with the winners receiving $10,000 as an “investment” into their relationship.
Daniels will live with the singles during the programme and act as a “host and relationship advisor”.
Topher Cusumano, Daddy TV co-founder: “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.
“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.”
Coming soon!!! https://t.co/PX5xZJUJUv— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) November 15, 2022
Daniels is an adult film star best-known for being paid $130,000 for her silence about an alleged affair with former US president Donald Trump, reportedly after he had married his current wife, former first lady Melania Trump.
Trump’s then-lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels the hush money in 2016, and Trump has admitted to reimbursing Cohen. He denies the affair, however,
Daniels has said that the alleged affair was the “the least impressive sex” she had ever experienced.
The actor, who came out as bisexual on Twitter in 2019, was picked to host the cating show due to her “allyship” and “history of standing up for the LGBTQ+ community”, OUTtv COO Philip Webb said.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Stormy,” Webb added.
“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.”
For The Love of DILFS is set to premiere in “early 2023”.
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