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Jai Rodriguez

Jai Rodriguez has ‘Loose Lips’ about his time on ‘Queer Eye’

Jai Rodriguez in “Loose Lips” at Martinis Above Fourth is on Thursday, May 31 at 8 pm.

You know Jai Rodriguez, well you've undoubtedly seen those piercing brown eyes on TV. He is the original culture guru who served on Bravo’s “Queer Eye” for three years and 96 episodes starting in 2003. He’s been on Broadway, starred in soaps, sitcoms, and TV dramas. His latest is the pilot episode of Fox's "The Resident."

Beyond reality: Jai Rodriguez sets the record 'straight'

To Jai Rodriguez life is a cabaret.

Jai Rodriguez isn’t about to let a little show called “Queer Eye” define who he is, or who he was. The handsome out gay actor was a Broadway star way before the show premiered on Bravo in 2003, and he continues to shine in spite of his circling culture vulture status.

Revamped 'Queer Eye' will return on Netflix

Netflix has ordered eight episodes of a revamaped "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy."

It’s been quite a while since we saw last the masters of meterosexuality on television, but this year Netflix is bringing back the reality show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy” reports Entertainment Weekly. 

Top-notch entertainment for February at Martinis Above Fourth

Now shortage of A-list entertainment coming to Martinis Above Fourth in February.

February is going to be an exciting month at Martinis Above Fourth. From the best in comedy, to the most influential in music and theater, it’s going to be a month of artistic romance.

Who will be San Diego's "Most Original Stoli Guy?" | VIDEO

The free event, which will feature appearances by celebrities such as Jai Rodriguez and Andrew Christian, will include the competition, music, dancing, Stoli drinks, and fun. Legendary dance-music singer Debby Holiday will also there as a judge and guest artist.

THEATER REVIEW: “In The Heights” at San Diego Rep

San Diego Repertory Theatre and the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts’ production of “In The Heights” plays through Aug. 25 on the Lyceum Stage, 79 Horton Plaza, downtown.