Reichen “bears it all” in 2004 calendar.

Reichen “bears it all” in 2004 calendar.
The Amazing Race 4 winner Reichen Lehmkuhl will soon have his own calendar in which he “bears it all,” according to the company that’s producing it. “Each month reveals a different aspect of this all-around amazing guy. You will crave to see every image of Reichen–from him in bed to on the beach; from being leather clad on his Series 9 Ducati motorcycle to stripped down to his underwear in the kitchen,” the company says in a release reported on by The Houston Voice reports (second item). Reichen fans will have to wait to see him in those poses and, among others, wrapped in a flag (again); the calendar will not be a 2004 calendar, but a 2005 calendar, when of course most people will have forgotten who he is.

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