You read the title right, hunties! Lance Bass, from the 90s boy band ‘NSYNC’, has launched a new gay social dating smartphone app called Sparxx, and he has received some support from his drag queen “gal” pal Rhea Litre’.
Rhea shared the picture below with this message:
[quote]So… @LanceBass introduced me to a new App called @SparxxApp! It’s like Tinder but way gayer w Hot Guys! ?#?TeamRhea? Check It Out! Thanks Lance Bass for creating a fierce new App for us to network!”[/quote]
The app’s website states, “Sparxx is a social relationship and dating app specifically designed for the LGBTQ community. Simply swipe to the right if you’re interested or swipe to the left if you’re not interested.”
Bass started working on this project in December, according to the app’s Facebook page, but the app only recently became available for download on July 4. It’s currently available for download in the Google Play Store for or the Apple Apps Store.
The biggest obstacle we can see this app having is in the number of users willing to join. Since the app already has some major competition, including the hugely popular Grindr and Scruff, it might be hard for this new app to find users willing to try out yet another gay dating app… but, only time will tell!
Download the app and let us know what you think by tweeting to us at @DragaholicNews. We might even add your comments to this article!