there has to be a possibility for something to happen,” Deeley, an England native, said in a recent interview. Eastern time on Fox, essentially pairs real people with celebrities. Four stars sit in chairs with their backs turned to a non-celeb who tries to pique their interest. — Cat Deeley is so convinced that a love connection could result from the new Fox dating show The Choice that she jokes she’s ready to buy a fancy hat to have on standby for a wedding.“We meet people in all different ways nowadays, on the Internet, through friends ...
The elder of two children, born in Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, England, Deeley attended Grove Vale Infant School in Great Barr, Birmingham, followed by Dartmouth High School, where she played clarinet in the Sandwell Youth Concert Band.
Each of the celebrity's chairs will come complete with a love handle that, when pulled, show each guy's romantic interest.
Just like The Voice, if more than one hunk pulls his lever they have to then compete for the girl's affection, while in another round of speed-dating the girl must convince the guys why they should take her out.
The show is not unlike the 1960s and 1970s programme 'The Dating Game', or the UK's 'Blind Date', in which contestants get the chance to listen to potential dates talk about themselves without initially seeing them.
In a concept similar to singing show 'The Voice', the Bachelors are encouraged to pull their "love handle" should they want to go on a date with the contestant.
If the celebrities like what they hear, they turn around.