"If he has a certain 'grrrrr,' that really appeals to me," her bio reads.
Connecticut’s representative, Salma, insisted that she felt a connection and chemistry upon locking eyes with Travis and proceeded to use the word "connection" in every sentence throughout the rest of the 90 minute episode.
Ultimately, Kelce eliminated her due to lack of connection. Another woman — Crystal, from Florida — told Kelce that she recently caught the bouquet at her sister’s wedding and thought that it was a sign for things to come with them, which is definitely a surefire way to score a relationship with a person that you literally just met.
He says is looking for a woman who is "intelligent, passionate, down-to-earth, full-figured and comfortable in her own skin." View our round-up of TV's best big guy/hot wife couples.
As for the ladies who will lobby to claim this loveable hunk's big heart, the only quality they seem to share is a desire to find love.
While some of the contestants were overwhelmingly weird, others appeared to be interested in more than just true love — a shocking development for a reality dating show!
In addition to potentially finding a partner, fame and attention is a huge part of the reason why anyone — on either side of the competition — agrees to go on shows like these.Fortunately, there are a few semi-normal potential suitors (one of them being Mark Schlereth’s daughter, Avery) and there’s plenty of show left for others to redeem themselves.At the end of the premiere, there were 15 women left in the competition and it appears that the show will be as much about their quest to woo Kelce as it will be about their interactions and relationships with one another while living together under the same roof while they try to do so.(Astoundingly, she was selected among the 20 finalists.) If that’s not cringeworthy enough, yet another (Anika, from Minnesota) spent her 60 seconds talking about her cat and doing cat impressions, and she was also selected into the final 20!Did I mention that these bizarre women also happened to be very beautiful?, a new dating competition airing on Fox this summer.