What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
[Image via Glynn County Detention Center.]
Let's go, Logo!
While we've enjoyed watching people like JoJo Fletcher, Ben Higgins, and Kaitlyn Bristowe find love on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette… we think it's about time to make dating shows gay again.
Luckily, the wait is almost over for the premiere of The Gay Bachelor – aka Finding Prince Charming!
We already knew Lance Bass would be helping suitor Robert Sepúlveda, Jr. find love this season on the LGBT-friendly reality show, but Logo finally revealed the contestants competing for his heart on Wednesday!
As a spiritual successor to the ABC series that started it all, it makes sense that FPC would introduce us to the cast with little more than first names, occupations, and residencies… but we'll take what we can get:
This is an interesting (and probably expected) reaction.
Lou Pearlman, the man who founded *NSYNC, the Backstreet Boys, LFO, O-Town, and a variety of other teenaged-pop groups in the 1990s and 2000s, has died. He was 62 years old.
Pearlman, though, wasn't just known for launching the careers of young men like Justin Timberlake.
He was also convicted of fraud, and sentenced to 25 years in prison back in 2008 after taking part in a massive $300 million Ponzi scheme.
The controversial music mogul's cause of death was not revealed.
Upon hearing the news, the former teen charges that worked under Pearlman and achieved lasting fame and built their careers from the ground up, had mixed reactions.
Word is that #LouPearlman has passed away. He might not have been a stand up businessman , but I wouldn't be doing what I love today wout his influence. RIP Lou
And other former artists under Pearlman's care also tweeted their thoughts (below):
This is Tearing Up Our Hearts IRL!!!
The former boy band all hit up The Nice Guy in West Hollywood for the celebration, where they were surrounded by around 50 friends, including JT's wife, Jessica Biel.
Um, how jealous are we?!
Justin posted a snap from their amazing reunion, even captioning the pic (above):
On Sunday, Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec and his former Dancing With The Stars pro Kym Johnson tied the knot in a sweet ceremony in El Lay in front of their loved ones. Aww!
Lance Bass has been lucky enough to find love, so he's helping his fellow man to do the same — and what better place than reality TV?
The *NSYNC alum has signed on to be the host of Logo's upcoming gay Bachelor-esque dating competition series!
Bass will serve as MC of the eight-episode series that will feature 13 gay men living in the same house and competing to win the heart of Atlanta interior designer (and certified stud) Robert Sepulveda Jr.!
Though the identities of the suitors have yet to be announced, production has reportedly begun on the show — which is appropriately titled Finding Prince Charming.
Logo Senior VP of original programming Pamela Post told viewers to expect a "whirlwind journey" ahead of them, releasing the statement:
"Logo has a long history of showcasing LGBTQ-focused stories with memorable characters that transcend pop culture. Finding Prince Charming will take viewers on a whirlwind journey through modern love and relationships in a way that only Logo can do."
It's no doubt Logo knows how to create good TV — and we're sure The Bachelor formula executed with a house full of camera ready gay men will provide PLENTY of water cooler moments!
Are YOU excited for Finding Prince Charming to make its debut this fall?
UPDATE: Multiple sources tell us these tapes are footage from a documentary that filmmaker Holly Wiersma was making of the '90s club scene in Los Angeles. The movie was never completed. And, contrary to what this eBay seller is claiming, these tapes were never in storage. Someone stole them from Wiersma's house! A police report has just been filed. And, yup, there's no "shocking" footage in any of these videos.
Oh, the things you find on eBay.
A seller with the username nimers67 is offering 215 mini DV and 15 more audio cassette tapes that are reportedly a stash pulled from Paris Hilton's home and found at a Hollywood storage unit — with the opening bid set at $50,000!
The Murrieta, California-based seller posted the items this week, claiming that all 50 tapes work, that the stills he included (below) were actually from the tapes, and that the videos show Paris partying with all kinds of celebs, including Justin Timberlake, Lance Bass, and Fergie!
Uhh… we're a little unsure about this one, but here's what the seller writes: