Bravo's Gay Housewives Show That May or May Not Be Happening

Rumors have been swirling around the interwebs for a while now about Bravo making a less trashy A-List. Meanwhile, Bravo could hire gay porn stars and film them having an orgy for 12 episodes in a dumpster and it would be less trashy than The A-List. [caption id="attachment_177707" align="aligncenter" width="560" caption="Clockwise from top left: Mark Silver, Kenneth Gillett, Jordan Carlyle, Joey Giuntoli, John Paul Fleming, and Christopher Fawcet"][/caption] Originally, Bravo's show was purported to be called From the Bottom to the Top. I'll just let that bit of information sink in. However, newly appointed Executive Vice President of Bravo, Andy Cohen, popped that irreverent bubble with this tweet refuting the existence of the show. At least with that particular title. Now Access Hollywood adds fuel to the fire with a cast list featuring a group of New York power gays known as The Plastics (since all gays never age emotionally past "15-year-old-girl") which includes underwear model and  frequent object of my wet dreams affection, Christopher Fawcett. My heart skipped a gay beat with news of Fawcett's homo tendencies, but then immediately tripped, stumbled and fell after learning milliseconds later that he's the boyfriend of one of the other cast members, interior designer Jordan Carlyle. Who also happens to be insanely hot. I mean, really, is this at all necessary? Well, what are you gonna do? I mean, besides, instigate a coked-up threesome, videotape it, "accidentally" leak it online then parlay that into a regular stint as the sassy next door neighbor housewife who wrecks their relationship, then flips a table in the final episode for seemingly no reason other than the 6 Long Island iced teas that magically slipped and slid down my throat in the course of 2 hours. Anygay. Bravo's reality show has not yet been green lit for production, nor does it have a title, which hasn't kept a jockstrap full of names from being tossed around : A-Gays, The Real A-List, VIP:GAY:NYC, The A-Team,  SocialistOs, The Real Househusbands of NYC, The Gay Gangs of NY. I like The A-Team,  but only if it was changed to The Gay-Team and they cast Givenchy muse Lea T. in a starring role. Imagine: Mr./Ms. T. Whatever this hypothetical show turns out to be and whenever it may be on air, I know one thing for sure: I'll be tuning in. Because this is my idea of Must-See-T.V. LINK LOVE: NY Mag