Kyle: “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.”

Kyle: “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.”
The Real World Chicago‘s Kyle answers questions from viewers, and refuses to answer if he’s dating anyone now, saying “I’ve spent enough time slutting out my personal life for public exploitation.” Talking about an upcoming episode that will deal with the cast’s reactions to Sept. 11, he says, “I’m a little worried that it will be too difficult to do justice to the experience with an episode of ‘Real World.'” He also says they didn’t know about the night-vision cameras in the bedrooms, admits he sometimes goes without underwear, says he said no to doing a challenge show, and reveals that he’s currently in Hollywood trying to be an actor. Shock.
+ also: at Kyle’s bar event, RW staffer tells Suck My News net people that their videos “were a big hit with the staff.”

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