According to The Amazing Race-winner-turned-talk show host, it still makes him blush.
But hell have to get over it because hes hosting the grand opening of a modern speakeasy called Dales Lost Highway in Palm Springs, California.
When the restaurant opens on Feb. 18, it will model itself after Ethels Hideaway, an old local but long-gone speakeasy where Hollywood celebrities once came to drink and fool around during prohibition days.
Reichen says the owners want him to be the evenings host because he represents how sex and sexual topics no longer have to be hidden behind closed doors.
But still, Reichen admits, Its embarrassing. I grew up as a Catholic. I dont even talk about anal sex with my gay friends.
But he says hell do his best to speak easily if anyone corners him at the opening with a steamy question.
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