The Oprah Winfrey Network will launch three new series starring Ryan and Tatum O'Neal, Naomi and Wynonna Judd, and Carson Kressley, the network announced Monday.
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When Queer Eye for the Straight Girl debuted last week, Danny Teeson made a splash (literally!) by stripping down to his undies and jumping into Rebekah the speed-dater's pool. Can viewers expect this 29-year-old scene-stealer to doff his togs often?
"I'm embarrassed," Teeson blushingly tells TV Guide Online. "But I think we can arrange that — not a problem. Us Europeans don't think twice about [taking off our clothes]. Stay tuned is all I'm gonna say!"
The London-born dancer — who joins his fellow Gal Pals on the cover of this month's Out — doesn't let his inherent shyness keep him from striking sexy poses when necessary. Teeson's been a backup dancer for Gloria Estefan, Geri Halliwell and Kylie Minogue and recently choreographed the hot-steppin' on Robbie Williams' latest world tour. That showbiz cred helped him get hired as "The Life," the resident health and fitness expert on Straight
Before landing his grooming-expert gig on Bravo's Queer Eye for the Straight Girl (Wednesdays at 10 pm/ET), Robbie Laughlin was just another struggling actor. Sharp-eyed TV aficionados may recall the 33-year-old pretty boy — who appeared last year in AMC's Gay Hollywood documentary — from his many guest-star gigs. In fact, Robbie almost scored his big break way back in 1994, when he did an episode of Family Matters that went terribly wrong. We'll just let him tell it...
"I was Steve Urkel's school nemesis, Dexter Thornhill," Laughlin tells TV Guide Online. "It was supposed to be a recurring role and I was really happy. It was really funny and I had such a great time doing it. Rumor has it Jaleel White, who played Urkel, was a little jealous of the attention I got and I never recurred again.
"The writer who wrote my part was fired as well, from what I understand," he goes on, chuckling. "That's what folkl