One night he had Dolly Parton on the show. She sang in all her glory, the lights went down, and Nate actually started crying right there on the set. I’m not sure why he was crying, but it certainly did get the audience into quite a kerfuffle. By the time Dolly was finished singing, and Nate was still wiping his eyes with the sides of his hands, there wasn’t a dry eye in the studio.
Though The Nate Show will never feature m/m romances on daytime TV because that’s just much to risque, I still think it’s worth watching if you’re a fan of m/m romance novels. Nate Berkus is the type of gay man I often base my characters on. He’s irresistible to women who love gay men, and has a natural ability to connect with these women on an emotional level. And he does it without coming off as a stereo-type. But more than that, he seems like a genuinely decent guy all the way around.
So do a search and check Nate out. Like I said, if you love reading m/m romance, you’ll love The Nate Show. And, he’s very easy on the eyes.