Between the rotating chairs and a name that conveniently rhymes with "voice," FOX's new dating show seems to be taking all of its cues from NBC's hit singing show.
I don't have anyone to root for from week-to-week and I feel that may damage the longevity of the show.
host Cat Deeley, will feature the world's most eligible celebrities in a competition to find true love out of a group of fellow single people.
I'm not going to go through every single girl because after a while they all start to blend together.
Amber grew up on a small farm and Jeremy grew up in a small town, so naturally they're made for each other. Nia describes herself as a giver and will cook you dinner.
VIDEO: What Jaleel White Will Miss Most about 'Dancing' After the bachelors makes their selections, a "Speed Choice" round occurs in which each woman has to make a quick case to convince the bachelor to bring them into the final round.
In the final round, host Cat Deeley will prompt the final two ladies with a challenge question after which the celebrities then make "the choice" as to which woman they will select to take on a dream date.
She describes herself as both a "cutie with a booty" and "cutie with a capital Q." I'm not entirely sure what that last bit is supposed to mean. The next girl, Elyse, walks out and the crowd goes absolutely wild.
Pauly D flips his chair around so fast that he doesn't even remember his name.
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Fox is giving celebrities "The Choice" this summer.
rotating chairs, sitting with their backs to potential mates, and picking those whom they like just by listening to them talk!