Some day his prince will come. He came!
Finding Prince Charming may have been just a gay version of The Bachelor on paper, but unfortunately, it was somehow even less than that in practice.
Despite having one heck of a host in Lance Bass, the show never quite grasped the fact that giving your contestants literally nothing to do probably isn't the best reality TV recipe.
We never thought we'd miss standup classes…
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With that said, an invisible budget wasn't about to stop us from watching Lance help Robert Sepúlveda Jr. find love on national television… no matter how little personality the titular Prince displayed.
Thursday night marked the end for the Logo dating competition as finalists Dillon Powell, Eric Leonardos, and Brandon Kneefel stated their cases as to why they each deserved to be the one to keep their black tie.
Except, that's not exactly what happened…
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