Lance bass dating a married man
I’ve voted for Republicans and Democrats, but this year, I see this political revolution that’s started and I love it.
I think it started with Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump — that’s the one good thing about what he’s done this campaign.
I’m obsessed with television and some of my favorite shows are Do you know how they chose Robert for Prince Charming?
They said a friend of a friend suggested him, I think.
People see that we can change things, and it needs to be more transparent.
It’s a little too late for this revolution to get the right people in office, but I think the only person who’s going to continue this revolution is Clinton in office.
But it has since emerged that Leal married Jessica Gannon nine years ago, and the couple has not divorced since splitting up in 2005.
I’m very happy they have all flavors of rainbow in this house [If the show gets renewed, could it be open to gay women and other queer identities outside of gay men? I doubt they would let me host that one — they’d probably get some wonderful lesbian — but I hope this spins off.If I were a little kid again and was able to see something like this on TV, I would’ve felt a lot better about myself. In the pilot there’s contention within even this microcosm of the gay male community over what it means to be gay.Almost immediately, the suitors are self-stereotyping and clashing with each other. You see this in the house where the ones that would be offended by a more femme guy, it’s like, “Why ?What made you want to be a part of such a historic moment for reality TV?Brian Graden, who produces the show, called me up one night and said, “Look, I have the show for you.” He told me about it and I immediately said yes.He’ll play the Chris Harrison to a group of 13 men vying for the heart of the show’s Prince Charming, Robert Sepúlveda Jr., whose past has recently added an unwanted level of drama that most other reality shows would happily script themselves.Ahead of that truth bomb, Bass dropped by the office on little sleep the afternoon after the VMAs (“Ariana Grande knows how to throw a party,” he quipped) for a lengthy conversation about sexual representation on TV, the election, the death of Lou Pearlman, and how his life has changed after a decade of living out of the closet.And it was still hard because, publicly, I never admitted it and I was always afraid that my career and the ‘N Sync guys would hate me if anyone found out. But I had several boyfriends — some amazing relationships, some terrible — so I’ve been through it all.They dig their heels in and that’s just terrible to me.The show’s actual premise, though, was a setup, because as it turned out, not all of the suitors were gay.(The show never made it past a season.) Thirteen years later, Bass is set to host the first authentic gay dating show, Logo’s , which premieres September 8.