It's basically everything My dad found ‘are you the one?’ On tv and has been recording it for me IT’S A GROUP OF QUEER ASS FLUID PEOPLE IN A HOUSE TO FIND LOVEIT IS WHAT I WANTED LOVE ISLAND TO BE WITHOUT THE COMPULSORY HETEROSEXUALITY AND CISGENDERNESS— Alex Harley 🌈 (@Will_Power_) August 9, 2019If you haven’t seen Are You The One this season, YALL HAVE TO.You can take a Joe Shmoe out of Shmoe-ville but you can't take the Shmoe-ville out of the Joe.That's what happened on this awesomely disastrous show about a ''millionaire'' construction worker looking for love.
The show tests the compatibility of the contestants, using matchmaking technology that consists of a one-thousand-page questionnaire, a personality test and interviews with friends, family and exes.
Will ''More to Love'' -- featuring plus-size lonelyhearts -- earn a place on our list of the craziest relationship reality shows alongside ''Flavor of Love,'' ''A Shot of Love,'' and ''I Love New York''?
, but replaced the usual studs with a man who is over 300 pounds of lovin', and typical size-two women with those flaunting ''real curves.'' Naturally, cast plenty of women with self-esteem issues who felt the only way to overcome them was to — what else — air them on television.
But what makes this new season different is the fact that the all-queer cast means there are no longer any gender limitations on matches, earning the show the tagline, "The One could be Anyone." Contestant Nour Fraij explains, "Whoever I'm attracted to, whoever I'm drawn to, that's what I want."1️⃣ Amber needs to step AWAY from Justin 😤2️⃣ Are Paige and Remy going to get together!? is all new, MONDAY at 11/10c 📺 #AYTO pic.twitter.com/6Ko0xw Go NS— #AYTO (@AREUTHE1) August 9, 2019 The eighth series keeps the same host, Terrence J, and welcomes a new addition in relationship expert, Dr Frankie.
She's on hand to help the contestants work through their shit, as well as making sure they're up to date with all the latest dating bugbears - such as ghosting, benching and stashing, to name a few. Realities shows may be our guilty pleasure, and it is time we see folks who look like us included...