The Michelangelo Signorile Show plans to host a gay presidential caucus on Thursday January 31st. Press reports indicate the program will include representatives and supporters for Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards. The panel will share their candidate's platforms and views, take questions from callers, and engage in an open dialog with the show's national audience.

Host Michelangelo Signorile has often found himself at the center of controversy for outing politicians and celebrities. Signorile is the author of four gay related books: Queer in America, Life Outside, Outing Yourself, and Hitting Hard. In his latest book Hitting Hard Signorile has published a collection of essays and columns, many of which originally appeared in the Advocate. Controversial topics in the book include: Attacking the new Pope for his anti-gay stance and revealing conservative pundit Andrew Sullivan's bareback sex hypocrisy.

For the LGBT caucus national personalities will represent each Democratic nominee. Hilary Rosen of will support Senator Clinton. Rosen is an active public speaker, and a regular on-air political and business commentator on national television. Representing Senator Obama is Stampp Corbin who is the National LGBT Liaison for the Obama campaign and served on The Board of Directors of the Human Rights Campaign from 1996-2003. Eric Stern will represent Senator Edwards. Stern is a political advisor to the John Edwards for President Campaign. In 2004 Stern served as the Director of LGBT Outreach at the Democratic National Committee.

The popular talk show is carried on SIRIUS satellite radio on the OutQ channel (109) weekdays. OutQ is the nation's only 24/7 LGBT radio channel. The two hour long caucus is set to air from 3:00 to 5:00 pm ET.