Robert Sepulveda, Jr., the prince on
Logo's gay bachelor show, has confirmed rumors that he once worked as
In Finding Prince Charming, out
singer Lance Bass plays host to 13 gay men who are vying to win over
Sepulveda, described by producers as one of the “nation's most
eligible gay heartthrobs.”
The Huffington Post's Noah
Michelson asked Sepulveda to respond to the escort rumors.
“The past is the past,” Sepulveda
answered. “I was young and it helped through college. But what
I want people to focus on is who I am today as an entrepreneur, as an
activist. I started a non-profit and, you know, focusing on the show.
That’s really what I want people to focus on.”
“We all have our past. I was in a boy
band. I'll admit it,” Bass injected with a wry smile.
Sepulveda also credited the show with
helping him move on.
“The show allowed me as well to close
a lot of chapters in my life that I felt a lot of guilt around, a lot
of shame and a lot of things I thought I couldn't share and express,”
Finding Prince Charming debuts
September 8 on Logo, the network which airs RuPaul's Drag Race.