98 Degrees star Jeff Timmons has signed a deal to front a new reality Tv series about male strippers
The singer stripped off for Las Vegas revue The Chippendales in 2011 and, in August (13), he teamed up with choreographer and producer Glenn Douglas Packard to create his own male strip show, titled Men Of The Strip, with plans stage the production in Sin City.
Timmons has two Men Of The Strip performances planned for December (13), and the singer has now revealed he has inked a deal with an unidentified Tv network for a reality show about the strippers onstage.
He tells Billboard, "We've finished a deal with a network, though I can't say which one yet. We think we're going to start airing in the spring, and that's when we'll launch the show full-time just in Las Vegas."
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