Once the chairs are turned, looks become a deciding factor (in this case, the deciding factor), and you won’t need anything as complicated as a scorecard to predict the guys’ picks.Which doesn’t mean you don’t have choices yourself.
Among those spinning the chairs in future episodes: “American Idol” Season 5 winner Taylor Hicks, another “Jersey Shore” guy, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, and singer Joe Jonas.
Host Cat Deeley is dancing as fast as she can, but she can’t disguise the weakness that plagues both “The Choice” and its more talent-focused inspiration.
The format of the program, which utilizes a format similar to the blind audition rounds of The Voice, features three stages of competition and involves four single celebrity contestants (usually male; the opposite, featuring four female celebrities, also occasionally occurs), competing to fill teams of three possible dates.
The first is the blind audition, in which four contestants listen to potential dates give their first impression while the celebrities' chairs are turned around as to not see them.
Each celebrity can only hear the suitors' voice as they share information.
Once the celebrity likes what he hears, he pulls the "love handle" and the chair turns around, bringing him face-to-face with his potential date.The male and female contestants are rotated to meet each other and have usually around fifteen seconds to ask questions about the other person.At the end of each interval, the individual celebrity contestant's chair is turned around to signal the next two participants to start their interview.Participating celebrities include: MEN: TYSON BECKFORD – The original male supermodel, Beckford was named one of People magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People in 1995.JEREMY BLOOM – This skiing legend won three World Championships and 11 World Cup Gold medals.But ask yourself: What would you say or do to get someone from MTV’s “Jersey Shore” to ask you out?