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Logo renews Finding Prince Charming for second season

Logo is set to help another lucky bachelor find the man of his dreams. The network announced Thursday it has renewed its popular dating series Finding Prince Charming for a second season. 

In the current season of the show, 13 single, gay men have been vying for the heart of interior designer Robert Sepulveda Jr.

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Lance Bass says his new gay dating show will be 'more realistic' than The Bachelor

The Bachelor is clearly doing something right. After 20 seasons, 14 years on the air, and three successful spin-offs (well, maybe just two; R.I.P. Bachelor Pad), it’s safe to say that ABC’s reality giant is a television staple. Now Logo is putting its spin on the tried-and-true reality dating formula with Finding Prince Charming, the first all-gay dating show to hit the airwaves. But according to host Lance Bass, sexual orientation isn’t the only way the new series diverges from The Bachelor.

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*NSYNC reunite to celebrate JC Chasez's 40th birthday

*NSYNC is back together, if only for a moment.

The superstar group’s members, who disbanded following the release of their third studio album, Celebrity, in 2002, posed for a photo at JC Chasez’s 40th birthday party at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood on Monday night.

“JC’s 40th… And, if you don’t know now you know…” Timberlake wrote in the photo’s caption as he posed alongside Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Lance Bass, and Joey Fatone.

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Lance Bass to host gay dating competition show, Finding Prince Charming

Fairytale romance isn’t limited to a man and a woman, so reality dating shows shouldn’t be either. Enter Finding Prince Charming.

Logo announced Tuesday morning that the new reality dating competition series, featuring a cast of all gay men, is currently in production and slated for a fall premiere. Lance Bass is set to host.

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Kellie Pickler fumbles on Celebrity Family Feud, leaving Steve Harvey speechless

If ever there were the Family Feud equivalent of an airball in basketball, this is it. 

As country singer Kellie Pickler stepped up to the buzzers to kick off Celebrity Family Feud Sunday night opposite Lance Bass, she was filled with giggly excitement. But when host Steve Harvey got down to business and announced the cheeky category, she was all business.

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*NSYNC members react to Adele breaking their sales record

Tuesday, Billboard reported that Adele’s 25 sold 2.433 million copies in the first four days of its release, topping previous single-week album sales record holders *NSYNC. The boy band had sold 2.416 million copies of No Strings Attached in March 2000, and the guys are taking the defeat in stride.

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