“Survivor” Casts Gay Christian Broadway Chorus Boys Because They Are Running Out Of Stereotypes – Video

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The casting directors over at CBS’s “Survivor” who have never heard of a butch homosexual have blown their stereotyping load for the upcoming season because they’ve decided to cast a pair of Broadway-dancing, self-proclaimed “Christian boyfriends” who are not only flaming as all hell but are going to talk about their Christian relationship for the duration of the show’s upcoming season.

31-year-old Joshua Canfield is a Christian, and has appeared in Broadway’s “Wicked”. 31-year-old Reed Kelly is also a Christian, and has appeared in Broadway’s “Spider-Man”, though you probably recognize him as Clay Aiken’s ex-boyfriend.

Survivor famous for its gay stereotyping and stunt casting has in past seasons brought us gay Mormons, gay GOP quislings, gay nudist, gay flight attendents, gay hairdressers, gay nerds, and even a gay “super -model”. But never have they cast a gay firefighter, ex-serviceman, or policeman.

Go figure.

You can check out the couple’s first on-camera interview below. Just don’t eat beforehand.


Will Kohler

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