So some strategy will arguably be involved for that first woman chosen.
It might be in her best interests to bring the lesser contenders on the group date with her. [Red Carpet Crash] Ian is an editor for The Comeback and Awful Announcing, also covering baseball at The Outside Corner and pop culture for The AP Party. Sports, MLive.com, Bleacher Report and SB Nation, and provides analysis for several sports talk radio shows each week.
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That could make for some entertaining, and painful, television.
But it won’t just be Kelce and his bros selecting who sticks around.
Besides featuring a current NFL player, what should set this reality dating show apart from its TV rivals is 50 contestants being involved in the competition. Oh, and the first episode is 90 minutes, so he’ll presumably have some more time to mull over deciding who stays and who goes.
Just in case you were worried about his mental and physical burden, Kelce will be getting some help from his brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, and his manager, Aaron Eanes.
From there, Travis will have to quickly narrow the dating pool from 50 women down to 20 before they are able to move into their lavish Los Angeles mansion.
Once moved in, Travis and his boys will be deciding who stays in the house and who is sent home packing.” One minute to make a good impression?