And Lance Bass will make a perfect Chris Harrison stand-in. This time, the bachelor is looking for a fellow bachelor.
Luckily, there's a brand-new dating show you can watch soon, with a twist that should honestly have been introduced decades ago.
Logo, the cable network behind shows like , a dating show with a cast of all gay men, hosted by former 'NSYNCer Lance Bass.
Former ’N Sync member Lance Bass was briefly married to a woman in, according to him, “like, ’99, 2000.” The former boy band member got hitched to a girlfriend after a wild night in Las Vegas, E! “People do stupid things in the heat of the moment. And you live and learn with past relationships, and I’m really focusing on my career right now. “But I’m definitely dating, and it’s a particular person, but I’m trying to keep that as quiet as I can for as long as I can,” Lance said.
I’ve been in Vegas where I’ve gotten married for, like, five minutes,” said Lance, who is now openly gay. Whatever.’ ” Lance would not say how the marriage was dissolved, but did report that he was still friends with his one-time bride. “It’s great.” Lance is dating a new guy now but would not confirm the mystery man.
NSYNC's success led Bass to work in film and television.
He starred in the 2001 film On the Line, which his company, Bacon & Eggs, also produced.As a young boy, Bass developed an interest in space, and at age 9 traveled to Cape Canaveral, Florida, with his father to watch his first live space shuttle launch.Of this experience Bass said, "I was certain from then on that my future was to be involved with space." the youngest child of former longtime Mississippi Insurance Commissioner George Dale.The show will star "one of the nation's most eligible gay heartthrobs," though tragically for '90s nostalgics it's not Bass, who is married.Buzz Feed and TMZ report that it might be Robert Sepúlveda Jr., an interior designer who definitely looks the part: Île Saint-Honorat uninhabited until Saint Honoratus founded a monastery on it at around the year 410 AD and home to the Cistercian monks ever since who care for the vineyards and olive trees." will take viewers on a whirlwind journey through modern love and relationships in a way that only Logo can do," Pamela Post, SVP of original programming for Logo, said in a statement.