Elvis Duran’s Boyfriend Kneels; Happiest Gay Radio Show Host
Elvis Duran, an American radio personality, captured the hearts of listeners with his voice on the airwaves. But, after he came out as gay, what happened to the loving hearts? Did they collapse or get overburdened?
Elvis Duran and The Morning Show, hosted by the openly gay entertainer, is well-known in Z100. His career in radio has already extended 30 years.
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Aside from sound, the presenter dabbled in show business as a producer and actor in films such as Die Hard with a Vengeance in 1995, Truth in 2013, and Phowned in 2010.
Elvis Duran’s Biography (Age)
The McKinney, Texas native was born on August 5, 1964. He is currently 54 years old.
It’s difficult to say how long the radio presenter had been waiting for confirmation of his sexual orientation. However, he chose to come out on his show in 2010, when he was already 46 years old and an older man.
If he had known when he was a teenager, he would have zipped his lips for a long time.
Elvis Duran’s Net Worth & Radio Show
Duran’s career has largely centered around his radio show. He worked in the industry as both a host and a program director.
Between 1989 and 1990, he worked as a program director at WIOQ in Philadelphia. He was sacked from the network for reasons that were never revealed.
In 1991, he joined KBTS (now KGSR) in Austin, Texas, where he worked as the morning program presenter and director.
The high point of the ambitious radio personality’s career came in 1996 when he joined Z100 and launched his nationally syndicated program, Elvis Duran and The Morning Show.
He has amassed a net worth of $4 million over the course of his 30-year career. His current network pays him a salary of $300,000 each year.
Elvis Duran’s weight loss came after his gay reveal.
Many openly gay celebrities have been known to lose weight at one point or another. And Elvis Presley isn’t any different.
In 2015, the gay guy achieved a dramatic weight loss after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery, dropping from 265 to 160 pounds and shedding a total of 105 pounds.
He is more self-assured now than he was before, yet he still misses his high-calorie diet. The reason for the surgery, it turned out, was not just a concern about appearance, but also a threat to one’s health.
Elvis Duran Is Becoming a Husband, and Alex Carr Is Becoming a Boyfriend
Elvis met his zookeeper lover, Alex Carr, at the Staten Island Zoo in West Brighton in 2010, the same year he came out publicly.
The couple got engaged in July 2018 after being in a loving relationship for about eight years. Alex proposed to his girlfriend in front of their dinner guests on July 13, 2018.
By opening an umbrella that reads “Elvis Will You Marry Me,” he threw an awning proposal.
The seasoned radio personality gladly accepted the offer, and the couple married on the spot. The guests were ecstatic about their progress.
Elvis is a happy man to have found his soul mate, and even luckier to have received the support of fellow celebrities and fans during his transsexual journey.
I can’t wait for the happy pair to tie the knot.