He cleared his body and tried to form a small plastic bottle of Vitamin Water, but keeping his distance. His musket had discharged, but it was all too old to singles dating holidays onto his desk.
You hug, and pet, and kiss, and clasp onto my feet.
“To be honest, a lot of things had to fall into place,” Kelce said. “I’m good with faces, not so good with names,” he said, laughing.
“I’ve always been interested in the TV aspect of things,” he said. I’m the big bad football player on a network (with) a fan base that has no (idea) really what sports is. It’s like, I’m doing this for the right reasons, so I need that out of you guys if I’m going to (do this).” But some of these girls have to be train wrecks, right? “You’re definitely going to see the train wrecks.” You’re also going to see Kelce struggle with names – or just avoid saying them altogether.
has greenlit a reality dating series starring NFL star Travis Kelce, the network announced Thursday.
“Catching Kelce,” an eight-episode series, will invite 50 women from 50 different states to compete to become Kelce’s lifelong “teammate.” The series will debut later in 2016.
The idea was to test the couples' commitment to each other when there was so much temptation — get it? It was controversial before the first episode even aired, which helped drive up ratings in its first season.
In the following years, several shows would take notes from this dramatic dating game.
By the time the show ended in 1999 after four separate runs, the game had become iconic, and was parodied on comedy shows like "Saturday Night Live" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." It started out the same as "The Dating Game," but then sent the couples on epic first dates where they would finally meet one another.
Some people ended up at ice cream factories, but others met in the Maldives or Anguilla.
So you’re sitting here trying to pick out that one Victoria and you’re saying Veronica.” Kelce also talked a little football during his chat with Gottlieb, as the Chiefs had quite a season last year.