Stay tuned for additional spoilers as they become available, and tune in to see an apparent love story develop as new episodes featuring Travis Kelce air each Wednesday night on the E!
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 network was blindsided by the disclosure, The Wrap has learned, and is scrambling to contain the PR nightmare as gay activists join the growing chorus of critics for a show that’s been dubbed the gay version of “The Bachelor” and is set to premiere September 8.
"That was the only time that ever happened, and it was because it was so juicy and something had to happen at the party," she clarifies.
fans who are anxious for something similar to watch as they wait for Nick Viall’s season to premiere in January.
"And the producers locked my car in the gate and took my keys.
I called my lawyers and [told them] they won't let me leave and they want me to do this fake fight and it's just going to make me look bad and I'm with someone else and I'm not obsessed with Justin and it's making me look like this crazy person, like I can't get over him, [but] I am." WATCH: Facts of Life As Told by Lauren Conrad "They wouldn't let me leave until we got in a fight over Justin and made it a big deal," she continues.
The discovery prompted celebrity blogger Perez Hilton to ask: “‘The Gay Bachelor’ Wasn’t Just A Rent Boy In The Past… ” (Late Thurdsay, a lawyer for Sepulveda insisted that his client has never done porn and that a video sent to an ex-boyfriend 10 years ago was posted online without Sepulveda’s permission — and has since been removed from the site “Finding Prince Charming” has become a target for other reasons too.
Jezebel slammed Logo for trying to sell the show as anything more than “trashy television” after Bass revealed one of the contestants was HIV positive.
“There’s a lot of heart in it and amazing story lines that you’re going to shed a tear over. TBD.” Critics argue there is a difference between shaming sex work and pretending it’s just another run-of-the-mill job, especially in a community with a disproportionate number of at-risk youth who are forced to turn to hustling to survive. “Most people don’t do it for the money, they do it for shelter.” There are approximately 1.6 million to 2.8 million homeless young people in the United States, a disproportionate number of those youth are LGBT.
And one of those is finding about this guy’s HIV,” Bass told People. “It’s a serious issue,” Darnell Green, Health Education and Prevention Services Manager at the L. Experts say that’s because LGBT youth are often rejected by their own families when they come out as gay and are forced to fend for themselves.
It sounds as if Kelce and his pick have spent quite a bit of time together since the filming of the show wrapped, but they are having to be cautious about where they go and who they spend time with so as not to reveal any major lead is after filming, where fans watch like hawks to uncover the scoop.