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Given the city’s support and acceptance of the LGBT community, it's fitting that TV’s first gay version of the Bachelor/Bachelorette, had its premiere episode and finale shot in Palm Springs.“Finding Prince Charming” on Logo features 13 male suitors looking for their Prince Charming, aka Robert Sepulveda, Jr., a self-proclaimed hopeless romantic and Atlanta-based interior designer.

The show also features Lance Bass as its gracious host, a fan of the resort city who is in town Friday for a Palm Springs Pride benefit concert.“It’s 2016 and there has not been an all gay dating show,” declared Bass during the show's Sept. The finale aired Thursday."Finding Prince Charming" features a black-tie ceremony at the end of each episode rather than a rose ceremony like the other dating shows. After introducing Sepulveda as the eligible bachelor during the premiere, a montage of a very quiet downtown Palm Springs at night is shown before Bass and Sepulveda meet for a cocktail inside dish Creative Cuisine on North Palm Canyon Drive to talk about what’s in store for the bachelor's love life.

Thursday night marked the end for the Logo dating competition as finalists Dillon Powell, Eric Leonardos, and Brandon Kneefel stated their cases as to why they each deserved to be the one to keep their black tie.

The program — set to debut this fall — “will include 13 charming and gorgeous suitors, all housed together, who compete to win the heart of one of the nation’s most eligible gay heartthrob.

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Now I wonder if they have any plans for a lesbian version so I can be sure to not miss it.

Yup, Andy Cohen, Lance Bass, and several others SLAMMED the campaign manager for her idiocy — and we are SO about it!

Be sure to ch-ch-check out the best reactions for yourself (below). but luckily for him, that wasn't his only TV gig of the year.

Video: Ellen Creates A New Ad For Trump's Mar-a-Lago Resort Specifically Ellen De Generes, Ellen Page, Brie Larson, and even Donald's Inauguration Day performer Jackie Evancho, ALL spoke out against this controversial decision.

Be sure to ch-ch-check out their reactions on the matter for yourself (below)!

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