Prepare to get charmed again! Logo's dating competition series, Finding Prince Charming, has landed a second season, Us Weekly can announce. And in a new twist, you can vote to help decide who joins the fray!
Lance Bass hosts the unscripted series, which is now airing its first season. The current batch of episodes features 13 gay men competing for the affections of hunky, Atlanta-based interior design firm owner Robert Sepúlveda Jr., who has been eliminating his suitors one by one until he selects his perfect guy for an exclusive relationship.
Casting is currently underway for the second season's star, and for the first time, fans will have a say in who vies for his affections. From Thursday, November 3, until Wednesday, November 16, potential suitors can share a photo or video via hashtag on Instagram or Twitter to prove that they deserve a spot on the show. Beginning Thursday, November 17, fans can cast their votes for their top choice, and the winner will compete on season 2. (Click here for more information on voting.)
"Finding Prince Charming is unlike anything that's currently on television, and fans can't seem to get enough of the reality series," Logo exec Pamela Post says in a statement. "The show is a winning mix of drama and romance topped with humor, and we are looking forward to leveling up next season."
Season one's finale airs November 3, and the reunion special runs Thursday, November 10. In a clip exclusive to Us from the Thursday, October 13, episode, suitors Chad and Dylan get into a heated argument after an awkward three-person date.
"This is the last conversation that I'm having with you," Dylan tells his rival in the scene.
Watch the sneak peek above. Finding Prince Charming, produced by Brian Graden Media, airs on Logo Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET.
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