Gay dating reality show
is just like 80% of reality dating shows - two attractive people are left alone to supposedly fall for each other and halfway through the series are introduced to ANOTHER attractive person to stir the pot - but of course as you can guess from the name, the contestants are buck fucking naked! These uncensored pics from and although I'm not picky you size queens are going to want to nibble on these Italian sausages because, they are hung.It doesn't hurt that they're flopping around on top of yummy meat balls and attached to gorgeous men. There's a chance that these suitors might fall in love with each other, so there's a whole extra element in this layer of uncertainty that could happen in this house,' he said.The Lance Bass-hosted series (premiering Thursday, Sept.8 at 9/8c) dropped its first trailer on Thursday, introducing potential viewers to 33-year-old interior designer Robert Sepulveda Jr., who’s hoping to find the love of his life amidst the show’s batch of 13 eligible gentlemen.It’s a mixed bag of prospects, ranging from Sam, a Midwesterner with his own fitness company, to Charlie, a Wisconsin manny who’s been single for 26 years.Logo TV’s first-ever gay dating competition, “Finding Prince Charming,” has been rocked by the revelation that the show’s star, 33-year old interior designer Robert Sepulveda, once worked as a male escort.
The casting team at Sharp Entertainment ( are currently casting a brand new cosmetic surgery docu-series for a major cable network.A person close to the situation told The Wrap the network followed “standard protocol” when vetting Sepulveda and that “nothing came up during the background check.” “The network didn’t find out until well into production,” he added. “To call him ‘Prince Charming’ is a little reckless,” AIDS activist Tyler Curry told The Wrap, while cautioning against “shaming” people who become sex workers.Gay news site Queerty noted its commenters were going “ballistic” about Seplveda’s casting, with some calling him “a disgrace to the community.” In its first public comments about the controversy, a Logo spokesperson told The Wrap: .Gay men will compete for the attention of “one of the nation’s most eligible gay heartthrobs,” the network said in a press release.Like ABC’s popular “The Bachelor,” 13 contestants will live together, with one being eliminated each week.