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article imageMen of The Strip's Kyle Efthemes talks new show on E! Special

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 14, 2014 in Entertainment
Kyle Efthemes is a lead performer of the male revue "Men of the Strip," which is hosted by Jeff Timmons from the Grammy-nominated group 98 Degrees.
Glenn Packard serves as its creative director and Mike Foland is its owner.
Their TV show is expected to air on E! towards the end of May, and he shared that he is a little apprehensive to watch it. "I am really nervous to put it on my TV," he admitted. "They are putting everything together, and it is one month away."
He added, "It is a fun atmosphere to be around."
On December 17, 2013, they performed at New York's Gramercy Theatre, which Efthemes praised as "a really cool place." "It's always nice going to New York and there is nothing like the East Coast crowd. That was pretty crazy," he said. "It was actually a really good show. The audience gave us a lot of feedback and energy."
A Chesapeake, Virginia, native, Efthemes praised choreographer Glenn Packard for his guidance and support. "There is a lot of amazing choreography going on. We are trying to be up there with the best dancers out there," he said.
Being a huge fan of "The Fast and the Furious" franchise, Efthemes paid his respects to the late but great Paul Walker. "I follow everybody from 'The Fact and the Furious' crew. Paul was an amazing model and he has created some fantastic movies. I loved his essence and how he carried himself in interviews and as a person. He was a very standout guy," he said.
In his spare time, he and his best friend, Nate (also a performer on "Men of The Strip"), enjoy meditating a lot, as well as walking and enjoying the sun. "We are trying to get thinner and we are lifting a lot of heavy weights and we are taking dance classes," he said.
For more information on "Men of The Strip," visit its official website.
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