Todd Chrisley had to set the record straight about his sexuality even before his hit USA reality show debuted, and at Monday's Television Critics Association's fall previews, he had to address the rumors once again.
"Today, I am not gay," the Chrisley Knows Best star told reporters.
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Todd Chrisley had a pretty good idea when his reality show, USA's Chrisley Knows Best, was a hit.
"I was walking across a mall parking lot and someone yelled, 'Class not a--.' Then I was in the mall, and people were coming up and saying, 'Man, I love you. I love you. You don't take any crap. You're on top of things,'" he tells TVGuide.com. "That's when it really started picking up."
That persona is something that has served the Atlanta millionaire and father of five well, both on and off camera in the nearly two months since Chrisley Knows Best (Tuesdays, 10/9c) premiered on USA. On the cable network, long home to the slogan "Characters Welcome," it's Chrisley's outspoken and candid demeanor that has helped the show break through as one of USA's first unscripted docu-series. Thanks to memorable catchphrases such as...
USA is keeping Chrisley Knows Best in the family.
The cable network has renewed the docu-series for a 12-episode second season, USA announced Monday.
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