The 52-year-old TV presenter has reportedly been offered £75,000 to take part and is considering the move as he believes it could help to revive his career.
A source told the Daily Star on Sunday (May 28): ‘John was approached a few months back.
He will serve as a Pride parade grand marshal on June 11 and participate in Night Out at the Nationals on June 14. One of them came at me, so I threw my iced tea right in his face. BLADE: You’ve had several standup shows — “My Trip Down the Pink Carpet,” “Straight Outta Chattanooga” and so on. I did one season on “Coven.” They offered me another season but I got offered a reality show in London and I needed the money. I remember we were sitting right next to him at the Emmys and my mother even noticed it. People think we just bond so much on those sets, but it’s not like that. You know, you watch these comedies with Melissa Mc Carthy and so on.
We spoke with him by phone from his home just outside of West Hollywood. WASHINGTON BLADE: So it looks like you’ll be quite busy next weekend in our fair city. I’m a little concerned after this incident with the Padres — I hope I don’t get heckled. Do you do one for a while or different ones in different cities? JORDAN: It kind of started when I worked with Lily Tomlin years ago on a show called “12 Miles of Bad Road.” She asked me if I made any money doing my stand-up show. I called this marketing firm out of Palm Springs and said, “Market me. I’ll do one-person shows, I’ll lead parades, you know, just whatever.” So now I’m up to 44 venues a year and I just adjust whatever I’m doing for the place, you know, sort of like a musician with a set list. JORDAN: Once a year, the marketing firm calls and goes, “What’s your new show called? I’ll say, like, “This one’s called ‘Full of Gin and Regret,’” and they’ll go, “OK, that’s good.” But it’s all kind of the same show. Let me tell you, those reality shows pay a lot of money. When I was doing “Coven,” he was doing “Normal Heart” for HBO, so I never got to meet him. In one scene, I said, “I don’t think I’m going to wear my glasses in this scene,” and they said, “Well, that’s really a Ryan question.” They had him on the phone in like two minutes and they came back and told me to start the scene with them on, then take them off to gesticulate. She said, “He hasn’t said much.” I said, “Well, he’s gonna be on stage, he’s nervous.” But to answer your question, I never really knew him that well. And they’re funny, but nothing is as funny as this.
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Then, when Marsh was 15, her worried parents paid for her to have a nose job, and she discovered the enlivening effect that short skirts and make-up could have on boys and men."It was like an amazing adrenaline rush to discover that I could get their attention.So why not get ahead of the fash pack and invest in a Bardot playsuit now?We love the flirty fit of Marnie's; meanwhile the rose print is super apt for Valentine's Day.He fronted Wheel of Fortune before landing a £350,000-a-year job on ITV daytime show This Morning but his career was rocked in 2002 after Ulrika Jonsson claimed she was raped by ‘an acquaintance’.Leslie’s name was linked to the allegation by presenter Matthew Wright on live TV and Leslie was later charged with assaulting a woman twice between May 25 and 28 1997; he was never charged for offences against Jonsson.