Like ABC’s popular “The Bachelor,” 13 contestants will live together, with one being eliminated each week.
The idea is for the last man to be ready to “commit to an exclusive relationship.” “Finding Prince Charming” premieres this fall.
I missed that whole coming into my own as a teenager and having crushes and going on first dates, so a lot of us that grew up in small towns and thought you were the only gay in town have a really warped sense of what dating really is.” Check out the full Facebook Live interview below, and you can get to know Robert and the 13 guys vying for his affections here.
Reality show dating is no longer just for straight people.
One of the contestants on the show will reveal that he is HIV positive during its run, and the trailer shows that the men on the show will be giving back to the LGBT community at certain events.
“This show definitely helps fight the stigma that we have in this community.
“We spent every day together for a month before I did it, but I finally went in for that first kiss,” says Bass.
“I think when you watch the show you’ll be really educated about what it’s like to date in the LGBT community.
“Out of all my past relationships, I’ve had no one who could really handle my lifestyle,” says Bass.
“But Michael understands my crazy life and he fits perfectly into it.
Tony Hicks writes celebrity commentary for the Bay Area News Group.
begin – four years ago when the two started a friendship that neither thought would become anything more.
“We’re a little more realistic about what the expectations of the outcome is,” Bass said during a Facebook Live with EW.