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Logo announced Tuesday that it has greenlit a first-of-its-kind dating series, Finding Prince Charming, which will consist of a cast of all gay men competing to win the heart of one man ("one of the nation's most eligible gay heartthrobs," the network promises in a press release).
Let them eat cake!
Nearly three months after America watched Ben Higgins get down on one knee and pop the question to Lauren Bushnell, the Bachelor couple celebrated their engagement with close friends and family in Portland, Oregon.
Wearing a stunning white lace romper, Bushnell, 26, was all smiles in a photo taken at the event captured by a partygoer, while her future husband wore a light purple button-down and grey trousers for their special event. In the snap, the former Higgins and Bushnell are about to devour a few baked goods alongside the caption, "Let them eat [3 cake emojis]."
With just six guys left in the running on JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette, the stakes are higher than ever – so who's going home next?
Former Bachelor star Bob Guiney stopped by PEOPLE Now to weigh in on who he thinks will be eliminated on Monday's episode – and how the show has changed since he starred on the very first season of The Bachelorette back in 2003.
"Watching this season unfold is crazy," he said. "When I was on The Bachelorette – which I know sounds like I walked uphill both ways to school and stuff – but back in the day, we all got along. I think it was kind of interesting. We were really, genuinely buddies and the guys now have gotten a lot more catty."
Chad Johnson superfans, you just might be in luck!
The famed villain from this season of The Bachelorette, might not have won JoJo Fletcher's heart, but he certainly caught the attention of America – and, more importantly, Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss.
Fleiss, 52, took to Twitter this week to address the possibility of bringing Johnson, a luxury real estate agent, back to the small screen.
Sometimes it's more fun being a villain. Take it from Bentley Williams, Olivia Caridi and many more of the notorious former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants. While they may not have ended up finding true love, they've definitely made a lasting impression on viewers – and maybe scored a spot on a spin-off show or two.
It's been a little over three months since Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell were able to take their romance public – and now, they're ready to take the next step.
Though "wedding planning hasn't officially begun," the Bachelor couple tells PEOPLE this is the perfect time.
"We've finally gotten to a place in our lives where it has slowed down a little bit," says Bushnell, 26.
He might have earned himself the nickname "Bad Chad" for his behavior on The Bachelorette this season, but according to Chad Johnson himself, he's not exactly the guy he was portrayed to be on TV.
Skyping into Jimmy Kimmel Live! following Monday's episode of the hit reality dating show, where we finally saw the last of Johnson for once and for all, the Oklahoma-based realtor did his best to defend himself for his antics this season – which included physical altercations with the other contestants and threats of violence.
"I actually didn't watch any of the episodes until about a week ago, and then I started to kind of realize when I watched the last one, like: 'Oh, that's why the people are saying the things online that they're saying,' " Johnson said. "That makes a little sense now."
Michelle Money is learning the hard way that mistakes from your past never really go away.
In an exclusive sneak peek at Friday's Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars, the Bachelor alum – who met boyfriend Cody Sattler on Bachelor in Paradise in 2014 is livid – when Sattler exposes her history of infidelity to the other couples.
When Sattler, 29, explains why he has trust issues with Money, 35, it comes out that she cheated – but not on him. She acknowledges stepping out "on a previous relationship – and he's cheated too."
Chad Johnson is grabbing his protein and his swim trunks, because he's heading to the beach!
The former Bachelorette villain is joining the new cast of ABC's Bachelor in Paradise, show creator Mike Fleiss revealed on Friday by posting on Twitter that "Chad is being Chad-ish... #BachelorInParadise."
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