Hunky gay Atlanta news guy Brandon Rudat is out of here. The graffiti artist, shirtless charity case and chef bromancer nailed a new gig. In Arizona. Insert sad face emoticon.
Since his departure last year from CBS Atlanta, Rudat has teased us with his art, dressed down to judge a messy camp drag contest and tried his hand at motivational speaking.
Rudat has already snuck out of Atlanta, according to an update he tweeted when he arrived in Phoenix on Tuesday afternoon.
We'll miss you and that booty shake, bro. But maybe he'll be back to visit.
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