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This is so gay!
Despite some particularly negative press beforehand, Finding Prince Charming found its way to premiere night on Thursday with an hour-and-a-half of guilty pleasure goodness.
All eyes were on the gay version of The Bachelor as Robert Sepúlveda, Jr. and Lance Bass attempted to prove the Logo reality show was unique enough from its predecessor to stand on its own… and we think they actually accomplished that!
While there were certainly still some callbacks to ABC's heterosexual dating competition — "Will you wear this tie?" is totally the new "Will you accept this rose?" -- the homosexual installment definitely did enough to keep things fresh.
Most notably, Lance kicked off the competition with all "14" suitors walking into the mansion one-by-one before revealing that Robert wasn't actually a contestant… he was the main attraction!
Basically, this allowed the 33-year-old interior designer to get to know his potential matches while their guards were down — something you'd never see over in Bachelor Nation.
Unfortunately, three of the suitors didn't quite mesh with Robert's gay agenda… which meant the end for:
Exciting times are ahead for Lance Bass and Michael Turchin!
The former 'NSYNC member sat down with Matthew Cole Weiss on this week's Allegedly podcast and revealed his plans to start trying for a family with his husband of almost two years. So sweet!
The 37-year-old explained with the couple's hectic schedules it can be difficult to find the perfect time to have kids:
"There's never a time to really plan to have a kid… you just gotta jump in. Plan it, of course, but there's no perfect time to do it."
Bass — who is hosting the first mainstream gay dating show Finding Prince Charming this month — added that the project heavily influenced the timing:
It's none of our business… but we're glad he addressed the big gay elephant in the room.
Logo made reality TV history recently when they announced the first-ever dating competition consisting of an all gay cast.
Unfortunately for Finding Prince Charming, it didn't take long for some people to dig up star Robert Sepúlveda, Jr.'s past — which included gay porn, potential racism, and, most notably, a history as a RentBoy.
While he didn't address every report out there, the 33-year-old interior designer did acknowledge his past as an escort, saying:
Sordid pasts aren't only for you heteros!
Sure, it's just another reality dating show… but the Lance Bass-hosted program is different than previous iterations like Boy Meets Boy and Playing it Straight in the fact that it's actually for gay viewers, not just making fun of them.
But like its ABC predecessor, suitor Robert Sepulveda, Jr. couldn't hide everything from the public eye — which is why we're now aware that he used to be a RentBoy!
Apparently, waaaaaaaay back in 2006, Robert used to be a sex worker in Florida under the alias "Vincent Romen," but it's his VERY detailed profile that caught our attention.
According to Str8 Up Gay Porn, who made the discovery, Robert and his peen were quite suited for the job! His profile reportedly described in NSFW detail:
The wildest and craziest award show of the year has lived up to its name once again!
Between Beyoncé's show-stopping mini-concert, Kanye West's seven-minute rant, and Britney Spears' triumphant return to the VMA stage, there were plenty of can't miss moments from the red carpet and show!
Ch-ch-check out the GIF highlights from the 2016 VMAs (below)!
Stick it to him!
Haha! Personally we think everyone should proclaim their disdain for Donald Trump as much as possible!
To be honest, we're not crazy about the outfit overall — the jacket seems a little small on him — but of course we appreciate the message!
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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: