"Celebrity Family Feud" returns for its third season on June 26.
The show has families competing to win money for charity. Rodriguez Liver Foundation, which raises money for the treatment of hepatitis and liver cancer.
In 2003, he was tapped to be the "fashion savant" on "Queer Eye For the Straight Guy." He was one of the show's "fab five" for five seasons.
He competed on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" in 2011.
He serves as a judge on "Ru Paul's Drag Race" on Logo TV.
Next fall he will be among 16 celebrities who will compete on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice." With longtime host Donald Trump running for president, the formerly New York-based show moves to a West Coast board room run by actor and former California Gov. The Kressley family will compete against celebrity chef Paula Deen, her husband Michael Groover, sons Bobby Deen and Jamie Deen Jr. They will be playing for Deen's The Bag Lady Foundation, which helps women and families with nutrition in times of need. Other celebrities competing with their families this season are: Lance Bass, Snoop Dogg, Sugar Ray Leonard, Ernie Hudson, Alan Thicke and Kristi Yamaguchi.
The date for Carson Kressley and his family to compete on ABC's "Celebrity Family Feud" has been changed. Kressley, who starred on the Emmy Award-winning "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" on Bravo, grew up in the hamlet of Claussville, Weisenberg Township.
Originally scheduled for this past Sunday, the episode featuring Kressley’s Lehigh Valley family has been rescheduled for 8 p.m. Joining him will be his sister, Diana Kressley-Billig, a national champion equestrian who runs the 125-acre farm in Lynn Township that has been in the family for four generations, and her 18-year-old daughter Morgan Billig, a senior at Northwestern Lehigh High School and a world titled equestrian.Also joining the Kressley team are sister-in-law Beverly Kressley, who with her husband runs Kressley's Auto and Truck in Orefield, and her son Brett Kressley, a NASCAR race car driver.ABC didn't say when the Kressley family episode will air.host Carson Kressley once dated Atlanta Falcons player Esera Tuaolo, and spilled the beans after being cornered by TMZ on an escalator.Tuaolo came out of the closet in 2002 after retiring from football.He was the third former NFL player to come out publicly after Dave Kopay and Roy Simmons. I’m pretty terrible.” The interview devolves from there.