Steve Doocy, the charmingly flamboyant co-host of Fox & Friends, has opted to ‘proudly come out as gay’ on April Fools’ Day again, marking half-a-century of tradition.
“Steve is such a funny guy,” remarked co-host Brian Kilmeade, “He does this every year – comes in with his tight jeans on and with this same guy, Tim, playing his sassy boyfriend. Tim always calls me a ‘fucking bigot,’ it’s so hilarious.”
Steve’s other Fox & Friends co-host, Ainsley Earhardt, says that Doocy really sells the bit.
“Steve and Tim will hold hands, and sometimes even kiss,” laughed Earhardt. “It’s amazing, the years of dedication they’ve put into pretending to be godless heathens. It’s really something to admire.”
Steve’s mother, Mary Doocy, says that the tradition started when her son was just 12 years old.
“Oh, I remember my little Stephen had recently hit puberty, and he came home holding his friend Timothy’s hand and they told me they were boyfriends. It was a riot. A real hoot!”
When reached for comment on his 50 year streak, the teary-eyed Doocy stated “You know, I really love April Fools’ Day. It’s the one day that you can really do whatever truly makes you happy,” the visibly choked-up host paused. “While we all (sob). We all have a good laugh.”