Bachelor dating show
Back in January, weeks after the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional playoff game, an interesting announcement was made about Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce: For a portion of the offseason, the 27-year-old would be dating 50 women — one from each state — in the hopes of finding his “lifelong teammate” in a new .
For now, they're still long distance, but because they both have flexible careers (Raven owns a clothing boutique in Arkansas; Adam is a real estate agent in Dallas), they're able to see each other quite frequently.At the top of the driveway, outside the house, Kelce waited with his perfectly done hair and a bright blue shirt. And even though it was a little bit hot and he had been sitting through interviews all day, Kelce seemed to be in a fairly good mood, ready to talk about how he’d be turning into of the NFL.Here’s the interview from March 30 in which Kelce talks about why he changed his mind after not wanting to do the show at first, how he’s ready for his teammates to tease him as this airs during the 2016-17 season, the difficulties of trying to fit dates into the schedule of a pro athlete and why “DMs nowadays might as well be like a dating website.” It’s been fun.The nominees were announced on The Talk on CBS on Wednesday afternoon, six weeks before the April 29 awards ceremony.Since launching in September 17, Daily Mail TV has been renewed for a second season.
Contestants had to broker alliances—specifically using sex and romance—to ensure that they wouldn’t get voted off the show.