The show, hosted by former 'NSYNC member Lance Bass, is currently in production and will premiere this fall."Finding Prince Charming" will feature a cast of 13 suitors living in the same house and vying for the affections of the "nation's most eligible gay heartthrob." They will be eliminated one-by-one over the course of the season until the finale, during which the man in question will pick a winner to "commit to an exclusive relationship," according to the network."Logo has a long history of showcasing LGBTQ-focused stories with memorable characters that transcend pop culture," Logo's Pamela Post said in a statement."'Finding Prince Charming' will take viewers on a whirlwind journey through modern love and relationships in a way that only Logo can do."Reality dating shows have had minimal dealings with the LGBT community, with only Bravo dipping its toes in the water in 2003 with the controversial "Boy Meets Boy," which featured an unwitting gay bachelor selecting a suitor from a crop that included several straight men pretending to be gay in the hopes of winning prize money.(Keep in mind that this is unrelated with the short-lived 19 ABC drama series of the same name respectively.) The series takes a single woman (Lisa Shannon) along with her two friends (Laura Restum and Kimberly Tarter) as they try to scour across the country looking for suitable mates along with the help from the viewing audience.
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In the summer of 2003, Bravo premiered straight men who were pretending to be gay. You might think that, by the end of a very busy week-long tour, Kate would be exhausted, unenthused about getting dressed up for the cameras. to India—you’re probably jet-lagged, disoriented, otherwise exhausted.
The show revealed this secret toward the end: if the bachelor successfully selected a gay man as his match, he’d win money and a trip to New Zealand. But, oh no, ever the professional, the Duchess pulled off winning looks down the very end. And then, at that moment, you have to get dressed up and wear something fancy and be photographed by hundreds of people.
They were then sent on a cheap romantic getaway, all within the space of a single half-hour episode.
But ever since ABC created the monster that is The Bachelor at the turn of the century, the quest to find true love on TV has become a season-long process more arduous than a presidential campaign. , just about every romantic reality show to air in the past decade has been built on this model.
Cupid was a short-lived reality dating series where a woman (Lisa Shannon a.k.a the "Cupid" girl) with the help of her "poison-tongued" friends named Laura and Kimberly travels throughout the U. to interview potential suitors in hopes of finding Mr.