The horrid, vapid, mess known as the A-List has finally died! Yes, the show that was a stain in the LGBT community has been put to death.
Out magazine reports
A tweet last Friday from Reichen Lehmkuhl, the reality TV star LOGO's The A-List: New York who once diddled with Lance Bass, announced that "The A-List New York will NOT be back. Official word. So long boys. What a long, strange, trip that was. Xo -Reich"I'm so happy to hear this. The show was soooooooooooooooooooooooo bad and no one cared about these sad folks. I always thought it was the wrong idea from the start. Too bad we had to sit through 2 seasons and a broke ass Texas spin-off.We deserved better than that foolishness.
Well. A morning call to LOGO left us chatting with voicemail this morning, but Lehmkuhl (pronounced LEM-kool), whose original claim to fame was winning the fourth season of the Amazing Race, did have an additional note on Facebook:
"Logo said, '[they] are changing directions. A-List isn't a match for that direction.' Take that for what it means to you. On to new and exciting things for me. :-) xo"