Mtv are you really dating him

01 Jul

Each game began with one main contestant, the "Picker", being escorted onto the set blindfolded in front of the 50 potential dates in the "Dating Pool" while the announcer described him/her.

The Picker was then led to a seat facing away from the Dating Pool and further divided from the potential dates by a wall.

“Devin and I, we’re close, we’re cool, we’re friends — but we wouldn’t know that deeper side of one another.

We were all there to figure out why this person is our perfect match, and if you guys are already together, you’re a step ahead.” “But I do feel that that was also a double-edged sword,” added Devin.

“And it lent the upper hand to whichever team could stay mentally on track and work together for the whole game.” But that being said, the bond each perfect match had formed on could definitely make or break them.

“Devin and I already had a strong connection,” said Rashida.

certain action,” he said, hinting at a private suite scenario. Let’s just say a regular season of challenges compared to these? “We’re not even talking about the same sport.” “Navigating through the city, memorization …“Because when you’re in a relationship with somebody, everything is intensified.So yeah, you know the ins and the outs of that person, but how are you going to act when you need to navigate through a city you’ve never been to?I know when I go on road trips with a girl I’m dating, it’s my nightmare.So they definitely had an advantage in some aspects, and a disadvantage in others.” And while some matches may have come into the competition as just friends, living together in the house definitely sent sparks flying — in fact, “spark” is probably “a little bit of an understatement,” according to Devin.