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Tiffany Pollard To Host New Gay Dating Series Looking For A Third

Tiffany "New York" Pollard, who gave me my entire life by roasting the dog f**k out of that demon Omarosa on the reality show House of Villains has a brand new gig.

The reality titan has signed on to host a new dating competition series on OUTtv called Looking For A Third, where gay and lesbian couples will be searching for a third companion to add to their relationship.

This isn't the first time Pollard has hosted a queer competition series on OUTtv as she previously hosted two seasons of Hot Haus. For those not familiar with that show, the series features queer sex workers and NSFW content creators competing in a series of titillating challenges to claim the title of "Next Queer Sex Symbol."

The series will be produced by Daddy TV, the same production company that gave is For The Love of DILFs, which is hosted by Stormy Daniels.

“We are excited to be working with Tiffany Pollard on this adventurous new dating series,” said Philip Webb, COO of OUTtv. “It is not uncommon for couples to consider adding a third person to their relationship and Looking for a Third will provide a revealing look at what happens when couples decide to take that step. OUTtv aims to show all facets of the queer experience by commissioning shows in the dating genre which are both authentic and fun — Looking for a Third promises to deliver on all fronts.”

“I’m thrilled to be returning to the dating genre as both a host and executive producer,” Pollard, who has starred in other reality love shows like Flavor of Love and I Love New York, said. “Partnering with OUTtv is always such a joy because it’s my honor to get to tell incredible queer stories. I know this show is going to be silly, romantic, and filled with so much love.”

The series is set to go into production next summer to be released in late 2024.

Any series that highlights different aspects of the queer community and brings less of a stigma to sexuality as well as sex work (which Daddy TV has been doing a great job of debunking), I'm here for.

However, are there no queer hosts to host queer-based shows? I live for my allies, but where are my LGBTQ TV personalities and hosts?

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