If the celebrity likes what he hears, he can pull his "love handle" — yes, Fox is really calling it that — and spin his chair around to see his potential mate face-to-face.In another caveat reminiscent of if two celebs pull their love handle at the same time (wait until the content crusader groups get a load of that), it's the single who gets to choose which celebrity they want to hang with., Thorne and Disick went on the greatest dinner date of all time in that it was actually two dinners in one.After Dinner #2, they listened to live music, then left in the self-proclaimed "f*cked-up, horrible sex addict's", there's something more going on here between the pop star and the model/blogger."Famously Single," which started development in May, focuses on a group of eight celebrities with rocky relationship pasts who move into a downtown Los Angeles loft.Throughout the series, the stars will open up about their past relationships and work on group exercises, one-on-one sessions and go on real dates to solve the issues that plague their love lives.
’S “FAMOUSLY SINGLE” FIRST LOOK: BRANDI GLANVILLE, PAULY D, AUBREY O’DAY AND MORE ENTER CELEBRITY RELATIONSHIP REHAB Dating is hard enough, but dating as a celebrity? In the all-new series, eight celebrities (Brandi Glanville, Pauly D, Aubrey O’Day, Josh Murray, Jessica White, Willis Mc Gahee, Somaya Reece, and Calum Best), going through relationship rehab, live under one roof in downtown Los Angeles and explore their romantic issues together. “Famously Single” premieres Tuesday, June 14 at 10/9c on E!Over the years we’ve seen thousands of singles make fools of themselves, as their ridiculous journeys are broadcasted straight into our living rooms.If you think you have a brilliant idea for an original new dating show, it’s likely been done.From working class hunks who pretend to be multi-millionares to mandatory lie detector tests to ensure potential dates are telling the truth and wining and dining your mom, dating on reality TV is all about the unthinkable.And as cheesy as they’ve been, the brave souls who go on these shows have provided us with some of the most addicting guilty pleasures ever. Whether you genuinely enjoy watching hopeless romantics getting dumped on TV or stripping down to find their perfect match, check out some of the most enjoyable dating shows from the past 20 years.