Chattanooga native Leslie Jordan shares his favorite hometown memories and hangouts

'The first 25 years of my life, I couldn't wait to get out. The last 25 years, I've planned anything I could to get to come home.'

Leslie Jordan / Photo courtesy of DRL/LeClair Talent Management

Move over, Pat Sajak. There's a new game show host in town whose newest gig will give him a clean sweep of successes in television, film, social media, print, recording and streaming media. Meet Chattanooga native Leslie Jordan.

Jordan is set to host a new cleaning competition coming to Quibi in January called "Squeaky Clean." Each episode will pit a trio of neat freaks in a cleaning battle to pass a white-glove test and, hopefully, mop up in prizes. (Quibi is an app that streams short-form content running about 10 minutes in length; thus its name: a mash-up of "quick" and "bites.")

Jordan's role on the new game show is his second foray into streaming media, and both are new showcases for his talent. In early October, he taped an episode of "Special," the Netflix series that stars Ryan O'Connell as Ryan Hayes, a gay man with cerebral palsy.