After face-to-face meetings, a participant picks a mate based on instant chemistry.
“The real soap opera will unfold when these budding couples discover whether or not they have the compatibility to make their relationships last,” Fox says.
To be honest, if it's a choice between chastity or Donald Trump playing Cupid, we'd pick the nunnery…The untitled project, co-created and executive produced by Burnett, marks the first dating series for the prolific reality producer behind such hits like The series, which has received a 10-episode order, puts the notion of instant attraction to the test.Set in the Caribbean Islands, it features single men and women. Faceless people are a hard sale in diary meetings, but Dlamini is special.He recalls how he got the voice-over job: “I got a call from the producers and they wanted me to do a voice test to see if it could work."The Choice" competition begins with four celebrities sitting in rotating chairs -- a la "The Voice" -- starting with their backs to the singles hoping to score a date.Each celebrity can only hear the suitors' voice as they share information.All I’m saying is this: Let us see some of the couple’s cuteness, but keep it to a minimum, please! EXCLUSIVE: Fox is reteaming with Mark Burnett for an unscripted dating series to air later this year.Celebrities get the final choice between their two contestants before the "dream date." "The Choice," which will be filmed in front of a live audience, will also feature celebrity bachelorettes. ET on Fox) When a corpse is found in the middle of the woods, the team links the victim to two families that have been feuding for almost a century. While you may not have met him, or know what he looks like, he has been the voice behind Mzansi’s favourite dating show, so you may feel you know him well. I say what people are thinking,” he says nonchalantly. He is a street-smart guy who is always armed with something clever to say."So You Think You Can Dance's" Cat Deeley will pull double-duty and host "The Choice" (Thurs., June 7, 9 p.m. "The Choice" will feature "the world's most eligible celebrities" (to be announced) competing for true love among a group of singles they can't see."We wanted to put a new spin on the dating game show that gives celebrities 'The Choice' of a lifetime and the chance to prove you really shouldn’t judge a book by its cover," Mike Darnell, president of alternative entertainment at Fox, said in a statement.The third and final round involves the two remaining contestants (who are brought out one at a time) being asked a single question, in which they give their opinion about a particular topic relating to their interests, families or personal lives.