I have to admit when I first saw this, I thought for sure it was fake. However, Reichen Lehmkuhl himself has tweeted that it indeed is him featured on the popular GayBachelorBlog. The site has also featured two of our own writers Redd and Calan before. The site features some of the world’s hottest gay bachelors in search of love. So, is Reichen on the hunt for a husband?

Star of the hit Logo show The A-List: New York, we’ve watched Reichen go through quite the rollercoaster when it comes to love. In the first season, we watched as Reichen and boyfriend Rodney Santiago went through every single scenario you can think of when it comes to a tumultuous relationship. Then, you throw in a little bit of Derek and you get a world of problems. Now with season two just premiering last week, I can’t wait to see what kind of shenanigans Reichen gets in to this time around.

While Reichen says he’s just showing some love to the site because he loves it, I can’t help but wonder if he is really looking for a little bit of love. There’s no doubt that the site picked some of Reichen’s best photos to show off his best assets. It’ll be interesting to see how many potential suitors jump in line after reading his profile.

REICHEN

I moved to New York City just about a year ago to work in an off-Broadway play and in a televison series and, as of this summer, I’m now bi-coastal between New York and Los Angeles. I lived in L.A. for 14 years before coming to New York. I like L.A. for the weather, and my friends and family who live there. I come from nothing financially, and have worked hard to be where I am. I went to the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Air Force’s only military academy, for undergrad, and have a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Aerospace). I worked as an officer in the Satellite and Launch Control Programs of the Air Force at Los Angeles Air Force Base until they stationed me in Virginia to be on faculty at the University of Virginia’s Air Science Department where I worked on my Master’s Degree in Engineering Management. I left the Air Force as a Captain and moved back to Los Angeles. Upon my move back to Los Angeles, I taught AP Physics at Crossroads School for the Arts and Sciences and my plans to attend law school were interrupted by my accepting a spot on CBS’ “The Amazing Race” Season 4. I was cast for the show. I didn’t apply to be on it or send in a tape. I did the show and ended up winning it and half of its one-million dollar prize (or $227K) after taxes. I paid a few bills, put a down-payment on a house, and went back to work like everyone else.

For more of Reichen’s profile, visit GayBachelorBlog.

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