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article imageInterview with Chris Boudreaux from 'Men of the Strip' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Oct 31, 2013 in Entertainment
Las Vegas native Chris Boudreaux is one of the lead performers on the male revue, "Men of the Strip," which is hosted by Jeff Timmons from 98 Degrees.
He was a former college football star, as well as an NFL draft pick.
On his "Men of The Strip" experience, Boudreaux shared, "It feels great. I am fortunate enough to be one of the lead performers."
He praised creative director Glenn Douglas Packard for being a "tremendous" choreographer. "Glenn definitely took it to the next level. It was great to work with him. He did a really good job putting this show together in such a short time."
Boudreaux complimented Jeff Timmons for being an "awesome" and "caring" individual. "He is an all-around awesome guy," he said. "Jeff cares about everybody and he is all about helping people."
They will be performing at New York City's Gramercy Theatre on December 17. "I am very excited for New York since I haven't been there since I was a kid," he said.
He revealed that in the future, he would like to get into acting. "I could play a really good villain, like a bad guy," he said. "Obviously, I would need more acting school, but I'm good at it and I could branch off of it."
Their tour officially begins tomorrow in Lewisville, Texas and they will be featured on "Good Morning Texas."
To learn more about "Men of The Strip" and their tour dates, check out their official website.
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