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25-Feb-2020 18:39

Thanks to The Voice, spinning chairs are all the rage.

Earlier today we shared the promo for this week's Saturday Night Live, which had Jason Sudeikis giving a little nod to The Voice with his use of a spinning chair, and this evening, Fox shared word that they're going to air a new dating game show called The Choice, which in addition to having a very familiar sounding name, also happens to feature chairs that spin.

The contestants turn their chairs to signify that they are interested in going out with that person; if two or more of the celebrity contestants want the same person (as happens frequently), the prospective date has the final choice of which celebrity they would be most interested in going out with.

The second phase of the competition is the speed dating round, in which the celebrities find out more about their three potential dates.

The premise is the same as The Voice, but instead of singing, women blindly shout their best qualities at the men hoping that they'll spin their chair around (indicating they'd like togo on a date).

This week, the celebrity daters were Jersey Shore's Pauly D, Romeo (formerly Lil Romeo), General Hospital's Jason Cook, and Olympian Jeremy Bloom.

The male and female contestants are rotated to meet each other and have usually around fifteen seconds to ask questions about the other person.

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When animals attacked, aliens were autopsied and women competed like cattle at the county fair to marry strangers they’d been told were millionaires? It’s Fox’s “The Choice,” a parody of NBC’s singing competition “The Voice,” that spins those swivel chairs to find not singers, but dates for C-list guys — sorry, “eligible celebrity bachelors” — whose first decisions are made sight unseen.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.The celebrities then have to choose whom they're taking out on a date.For the show's inaugural six-episode run, 20 celebrity bachelors (from the world of sports, music, reality TV and TV) were chosen.

When animals attacked, aliens were autopsied and women competed like cattle at the county fair to marry strangers they’d been told were millionaires? It’s Fox’s “The Choice,” a parody of NBC’s singing competition “The Voice,” that spins those swivel chairs to find not singers, but dates for C-list guys — sorry, “eligible celebrity bachelors” — whose first decisions are made sight unseen.

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.

The celebrities then have to choose whom they're taking out on a date.

For the show's inaugural six-episode run, 20 celebrity bachelors (from the world of sports, music, reality TV and TV) were chosen.

Each celebrity contestant has the length of the possible suitor's time (about thirty seconds) to decide if he or she is interested in going out with that person.