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Lance Bass to host America’s first all-gay TV dating show

By Will Stroude

Logo TV, the American cable channel best known for RuPual’s Drag Race, has given the green light on Finding Prince Charming – a new dating show with an all-gay cast.

The programme is set to be hosted by N*Sync heartthrob Lance Bass and is billed as America’s “first gay dating show with an all-gay cast”.

It follow a format similar to The Bachelor, where 13 contestants compete for the attention of one lucky man who eliminates them one by one, though producers have been quick to point out that it is not a spin-off.

Although details of the contestants are as-yet unknown, TMZ have reported that the bachelor will be the incredibly hunky Robert Sepulveda Jr, an Atlanta-based interior designer.

Rumoured bachelor Robert Sepulveda Jr

Senior vice-president for original programming at Logo, Pamela Post, said in a 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.”

Let the games begin!

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