WICHITA — Michelle Borin isn't attending a traditional Memorial Day barbecue this year.
That's because she'll be on a plane to Vegas to shoot an episode of Showtime's "Gigolos."
"I'm so excited about it," says Borin, who owns Michelle's Beach House, a gentlemen's club.
"I can't disclose a whole bunch of information because I've already signed a contract."
Borin had never heard of the show before she was invited to be on it.
Here's how the "Gigolos" website describes it:
"Showtime presents an extremely rare and uncensored look into the personal and professional lives of five hot guys in Vegas who like to hang out, have fun and get girls, but in their case they get paid for it. They find themselves in some unexpected positions as they balance relationships, friends and family with the demands of their female clientele. A reality series like no other, Gigolos is not only provocative but also surprisingly heartfelt. It's a wild ride for these real-life escorts who never miss a trick."
Borin has her own description for what she thinks of when she thinks of a gigolo.
"They're like a pool boy, basically," she says. "I hate to say male prostitute."