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, a new dating competition airing on Fox this summer.
FOX is setting out to prove that love comes in all shapes and sizes with the new inspirational dating competition series MORE TO LOVE.
Executive-produced by Mike Fleiss ("The Bachelor," "The Bachelorette"), the unscripted series follows a single average guy with a big waist and an even bigger heart as he romances several confident and secure plus-size women.
But here's the hypocritical kicker: Not only will the show focus on "real overweight" people" just like me and you, but they're also incorporating a makeover element to the show, as if to say: We want regular people, but we also want to make them prettier. Because real people are a lot more appealing if they're a little less real.
And what else, really, could we expect from the network that brought us "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé" and "The Littlest Groom"?
"This is the first dating competition show in television history that reflects what most real single men and women look like, which makes it instantly relatable to the vast majority of people in the dating pool," said Mike Darnell, President of Alternative Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company.
"This is a dating show that sends the right message about embracing and loving yourself no matter your shape or size," said executive producer Mike Fleiss.
Each week, the husky hunk will wine and dine a group of curvy women to determine if they have more love to give or if they are truly more than he can handle.