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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.
Lance Bass and Robert Sepélveda Jr., the show’s respective host and leading man, stopped by PEOPLE Now Monday and exclusively addressed the news after it was first reported by TMZ Sunday.
He was also a member of a seven-man vocal group named Seven Card Stud, which competed at state fairs and performed at several social and political events for Senator Trent Lott.“It is true,” said Bass, 37, who is set to host the new, first-of-its-kind, all-gay dating competition series coming to Logo.“This is one of the things I love about the show – it’s a fun reality show, it’s dramatic, but there’s a lot of heart in it and amazing story lines that you’re going to shed a tear over.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.
“You’re going to have your critics, you’re going to have your haters, but you just keep moving forward,” said Sepélveda Jr.