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!
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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:
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