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All About 'The Choice'

Jul 10, 2012

Average people get the chance to win a date with a celebrity on America’s hottest new dating show, The Choice! Kidzworld has the scoop.

Spin-off of The Voice

You’ve probably heard of The Voice - the hit singing show where contestants audition for 4 celebrity judges with nothing but their voices to prove their talent. Well, FOX’s spin-off series The Choice, hosted by Cat Deeley, is virtually identical except for one major detail - the contestants aren’t showing off their vocal talents; they’re trying to win a date with 1 of the 4 celebrities.

Here’s How It Works

Each night, 4 new male or female celebrities take to the swivel chairs and listen as their potential dates spend 30 seconds trying to win them over. If only one celebrity pushes the button to turn their chair around, they instantly add that contestant to their dating pool. If more than one celebrity pushes their button, then the tables turn and the contestant gets to choose which celebrity he or she would like to date.

Speed Dating

The second round begins once each celebrity has three potential dates in their dating pool. Now the celebrities are given a 15 second speed date with each of their potential dates to ask as many questions as they can. After this round, they have to eliminate one contestant.

The Final Question

The final round is a little bit like the end of a Miss America pageant. Each celebrity asks the final two contestants in their dating pool a question. Whichever contestant gives the best answer wins the date. Now, we don’t actually get to see the date. At least, not until the very beginning of the next episode. And even then it’s only a few seconds of footage, so the end of this show is somewhat anti-climactic.

Celebrities Appearances

Some of the celebrities already featured on the show include Joe Jonas, Carmen Electra, American Idol winner Taylor Hicks, rapper Romeo, former Superman Dean Cain, and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.

Have Your Say

What celebrity do you want to see on The Choice? Tell us in our comment section below!

 

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