It would have gone on—people saying they’d caught me here or saw me there.
Reality show dating is no longer just for straight people.
Former ‘NSYNC member Lance Bass will host “Finding Prince Charming,” a new show coming to the Logo network.
At the time, he spoke about the engagement on his "Dirty Pop with Lance Bass" Sirius XM radio show saying he bought a David Yurman ring at a Saks Fifth Avenue in New Orleans and on the way to a karaoke bar, he popped the question in front of a church.
Lance Bass married his fiance Michael Turchin in L. According to one attendee, revelers seriously got down on the dance floor — even dancing to ' N Sync classic "Bye Bye Bye," with Joey Fatone later singing a song for guets.
(Later, Fishel would learn that Bass is gay.)Fishel talked about her book and her relationship with Bass at a Book Con Q&A I moderated on Saturday.[embed][/embed]"I will miss his fashion advice," she told a crowd of Boy Meets World fans.
Fishel said that Bass broke up with her a month after prom, but the two have remained good friends.has been given the go-ahead by LGBTQ channel Logo, a sister channel of VH1 owned by Viacom.that then-boyfriend Bass sent her a dozen long-stemmed roses and a note saying, "Will you go to prom with me? She had thought he'd be performing in Japan during her prom."I was very attracted to him and I thought he was sweet, but I just wasn't sure how interested he was in me.It was a situation where I knew right away that I wanted to be friends with him, but I had no idea it would lead to a romantic relationship." This is the first marriage for both. Bass and Turchin's wedding will be featured in a 90-minute E! “The Bachelor” may have never featured a non-heterosexual suitor, but Logo will have a whole house full of them in its just-announced dating competition series “Finding Prince Charming,” which features a cast of all gay men.