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“Over all, just from a physical standpoint, I kept up with them.
I kicked some straight boy booty.” As to Nate, his fellow cast member “apologized to me after the fact” for calling him a “nancy boy” in an interview, Brad says.
Although his activities in and around gay people and nightlife were widely reported, former Survivor: Cook Islands castaway J. Calderon (seen below with openly gay castmate Brad Virata) had never come out publicly.
That will apparently happen on this Wednesday's episode of The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency, according to Instinct magazine, for which he does a cover shoot during the episode. "I'm coming out and I'm living." Of the self-described world's first supermodel, Calderon says, "We started a little bit butting heads, but I love Janice Dickinson.
You’ll have to wait for the finale.” That’s largely a non-answer answer, but if there was no truth to those rumors, or if J. was straight, Brad probably would have just said so. Working at a gay bar doesn’t make him gay, of course, but it’d be interesting if this diverse season had two openly gay male contestants who both left the show without any mention of their sexual orientation, especially if they had some sort of relationship during production.
Calderon, by the way, works part-time as a bartender at a gay bar, The Silver Fox, in Long Beach, according to the Long Beach Gazette.
Well, I just got done watching the finale and frankly, I’m still waiting.
Brad’s sole contribution to the reunion discourse was to tell Jeff Probst what a great job he felt he and Yul did as .
The kid was amazing — never lost a single immunity challenge. He may not have won a million dollars but at least the kid is eating well.
Calderon enjoys being a mentor to kids and hopes to one day open a sports facility for children. At Tribal Council, Billy announced he had fallen in love with Candice Woodcock, and he was voted out.
He is also dedicated to helping young girls receive college volleyball scholarships.
He received a full volleyball scholarship to California State University, Long Beach, where he played on a nationally ranked Division I Men's team.
He graduated in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in speech communications. Raro was able to win immunity over the much weaker Aitu tribe. and Cristina were both visibly shocked when it was announced that Cecilia Mansilla was voted out. Calderon is an accomplished swimmer and has been outrigger canoeing since he was very young.