'The Bi Life': Courtney Act to bring her 'bi-sexual Dawson's Creek' reality show to the world next year
Australian Drag Queen Courtney Act hosts bisexual reality dating show 'The Bi Life' which is gathering positive reviews in Australia and the UK
Australian drag queen Courtney Act is all set to bring queer dating to mainstream television with her latest show 'The Bi Life' on E! In fact, the show is already gathering positive reviews in Australia and the UK where it has already aired.
"It will be all around the world next year," says the 36-year-old reality TV personality, adding, "It's a bi-sexual dating reality show between a bunch of bi-sexual people."
Act, who is serving as the host of the refreshing new series, explains that all of them lived in a villa in Barcelona and went on exciting dates.
Surprisingly, Act assures Meaww that this new show is unlike any other reality dating series. How? Because there's no drama, in fact, "it's the opposite of it, which is cool," says the 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' season six runner-up.
She further highlights the importance to give a positive representation of queer and bi-sexual people: "I think it's important that a minority story is told with integrity on television because when people watch any person of minority, whether it be race, or gender, or sexuality, and they see them behaving badly, they think, 'Oh, all people who are that behave like that'. So it (this new show) is a really lovely story."
'The Bi Life' will witness lots of fun, love, and laughter but at the same time, it's not completely free of drama. "There's always going to be tears and things but it is not like trashy reality," explains Act, who adds that her job is to help other people find their someone special.
So do people find love here? "There are some success stories, ya," assures Act, who is excited for the show to air across the world. But before that, as she graces the red carpet of the People's Choice Awards, she is excited about seeing Posh Spice (Victoria Beckham) at the event besides fangirling over Lady Gaga for her performance in 'Star is Born.'
As for her own show, she crisply describes the feel of 'The Bi Life' as a "bi-sexual Dawson's Creek in Barcelona." Feel the excitement yet?