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“As soon as I left the house and got my phone back” — contestants’ phones were confiscated for the duration of the shoot — “I Googled ‘Robert Sepulveda’ and the words ‘sex tape’ and there it was,” he said.

“Didn’t even need to scroll down.” The network ignored The Wrap’s repeated questions about the vetting process nor did it explain how it missed Sepulveda’s past, which was seemingly available to anyone with an internet connection. Logo did send The Wrap the same statement it has previously sent: “We are aware of Robert’s past and fully support him as he moves forward in his search for love on ‘Finding Prince Charming.'” A person close to the situation told The Wrap earlier this month that the network followed “standard protocol” when vetting Sepulveda and that “nothing came up during the background check.” The second suitor said that Logo “wanted to churn up some drama to get attention,” but believes the network never expected the backlash that followed. on Logo’s website, claimed last week he had been fired from his real estate job because “of the liability of my TV venture.” “There are videos of Robert out there that are quite disgusting.

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(Sitcom protagonist Will Truman, you may recall, was deeply unlucky in love until he suddenly rushed into a long-term relationship with a super-masculine firefighter.) “Boy Meets Boy,” by design preoccupied with questions of gaydar and identity over and above the elements of dating, in fact set the template for what gay people on television do.

On the only current reality show that is consistently made up of queer people, “Ru Paul’s Drag Race,” the name of the game is craft and skill rather than romance; when competitors aiming to become the nation’s new queen of drag do have romances in or out of the game, it’s framed as puppyish and chaste.

50 Of Hollywood’s Juiciest Confessions “Penny knows Jill, and told Teresa about the cheating. The dating-TV formula perfected by hit shows like The Bachelor is getting a revamp, as Logo launches its new series Finding Prince Charming, featuring a cast of gay men.The cable channel announced the show on Tuesday, July 12., is currently in production and will air on Logo in the fall.“We all had to go through rigorous background checks for three weeks and another three days before the show even started taping,” he said. I don’t think anyone believes that,” another contestant, who also asked that his name not be used, told The Wrap.The first contestant said that he confronted Logo producers after recognizing Sepulveda from a sex tape he remembered seeing — the Prince Charming has since claimed an ex-boyfriend posted a private video without his permission.

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