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For the Love of DILFS host Stormy Daniels is ready to help the gays (and herself) find love

For the Love of DILFS host Stormy Daniels is ready to help the gays (and herself) find love

Stormy Daniels
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The adult star is letting fans see a softer side on the second season of the hit reality dating show.

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Stormy Daniels is truly baring all in season two of For the Love of DILFS.

The star serves as the host of the popular OUTtv reality competition show and just like last season, Daniels is trying to help a gay himbo fall in love with the daddy of his dreams.

For the Love of DILFS brought in high ratings for the LGBTQ+ network during its inaugural season and was quickly renewed for more episodes.

"At least the gays always have my back! They can't shut me down. They can't hush me. It's like sleeping together for the second time! Once the first time's out of the way and it goes well, then it's all about the good stuff," Daniels tells Out.

Last year, many fans got to watch the contestants pour their hearts out as they tried to find their match. This time around, audiences will also get to see Daniels open up about her own love life and personal struggles as well.

"The world has seen me open my legs! Now, they get to see me open my heart. I lost my temper with some people who came in and wasted time. My biggest regret in my life was wasting time and not moving faster on my relationship that I knew was right when I met him at 19. You'll have to watch. Stormy got a little stormy!"

As a bisexual woman herself, Daniels is so grateful that the LGBTQ+ community has embraced her and trusted her to host a queer-friendly show.

"Once the political stuff happened and my world got turned upside down, I was really taken aback by how many gay couples and trans people were coming to my shows. They know what it's like to be marginalized and treated less than human. The queer community as a whole identified with me. When I turned around, they were behind me. They're much more sparkly too! It meant a lot, I have to say."

The star faced quite a bit of backlash when OUTtv announced her as the host of For the Love of DILFS, but she quickly shut down the haters as the show reached success.

"I got a lot of hate the first season. I'm pretty sure there's plenty of footage of me face down in some va**** from twenty years ago! Do your research. The new rumor is that I'm a man! First of all, I remember the pain of childbirth. Second, if I'm a man... why are you mad that I'm hosting the show?! Pick a team."

With 2024 being an election year, the entertainer is hoping this show can serve as a form of escapism for people who may need it most.

"Everything is so f***ed right now. We all need a guilty pleasure or an escape from reality. If I can be that for somebody, it's truly a gift. Trust me, I understand how bleak it is and how it feels to be mistreated. If I can make someone else's life better, then thank you for giving me the opportunity."

For the Love of DILFS premieres Tuesday, January 23 on OUTtv.

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Ricky Cornish is an on-air correspondent for Equal Pride, where he's breaking down the latest in pop culture for Out Magazine, Pride.com, Plus Magazine, The Advocate, and Out Traveler.

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Ricky Cornish is an on-air correspondent for Equal Pride, where he's breaking down the latest in pop culture for Out Magazine, Pride.com, Plus Magazine, The Advocate, and Out Traveler.

Based in Las Vegas, Ricky can be seen interviewing the biggest celebrities at red carpets and premiere events around the city.

To follow Ricky and see what's trending, you can follow him on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, andYouTube.