A first-of-its-kind gay dating program has received a series order, and the reality show will be hosted by former ‘NSYNC member Lance Bass. People magazine reports that “Finding Prince Charming” is in production at Logo.
The cable channel announced plans for the series today. In the announcement, Logo says 13 gay suitors will compete to win the heart of “one of the nation’s most eligible gay heartthrobs.”
“Much like ABC’s wildly popular ‘The Bachelor,’ the men will … all live together and will be eliminated on a rolling basis until the show’s leading man selects his finalist to ‘commit to an exclusive relationship,'” the report notes.
Bass, 37, came out as gay in 2006. He has a track record in reality TV, including a third-place finish on season seven of “Dancing with the Stars.”
People notes that “his glamorous December 2014 wedding to artist Michael Turchin was featured as part of a wedding special on E! that aired in February 2015.”
“Finding Prince Charming” is scheduled to premiere this fall.