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) We should note that Finding Prince Charming isn’t actually the first of its kind: Back in 2003, Bravo attempted a similar show with Boy Meets Boy, which lasted a brief six episodes and was never renewed. Television station BRAVO are to go ahead this summer (03) with America's first primetime gay-themed reality dating series.The show featured the twist that the "leading man" did not know that the mix of suitors included both gay and heterosexual men.The show featured a gay man named James Getzlaff selecting another man to date from among a group of 15 potential suitors, known as "mates".At the end of each episode, the sexual orientation of each eliminated mate was revealed to viewers.James and Andra move into their Palm Springs house and meet the mates, who are living together in a separate house."Boy Meets Boy" is produced by Evolution Film & Tape, Inc. Douglas Ross and Tom Campbell are co-creators and executive producers for Evolution with Kirk Marcolina as supervising producer.
The producers managed to keep a mixture of gay and straight men in the house despite the eliminations by putting the men into "groups" that prevented the contestant from eliminating all of the gay men or all of the straight men.
The next day, a new nude dude arrives and the games begin again.
This clip below only leaves one major question — where do they put the microphones?
Logo is getting some skin into the dating reality-show game. No doubt the big question on every viewer’s mind will be: What if the guys just fall in “love” with one another?
The network has announced that former boy-band heartthrob and married man Lance Bass will host Finding Prince Charming, a Bachelor-style reality dating show for gay men, in which 13 “charming and gorgeous” men will live together in one house while competing for “the nation’s most eligible gay heartthrob.” (Yes, they’ll all be living in a house in L.