Now that Ali Fedotowsky has picked Roberto Martinez as the winner of The Bachelorette, the world can turn it’s attention to the next dating show nearing its climax — Chad Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch.
We can only hope that Terrell Owens‘ and Ochocinco’s partnership on the Bengals will be as surreal as their partnership on VH1.
The receiver formerly known as Chad Johnson eliminated 69 suitors on the first episode after starting with — of course — 85 ladies. This decision was primarily made by making the contestants do football drills while wearing some classy powder-puff outfits. Receiver Bernard Berrian led the workout.
Since, Chad has been working his way through a seeded bracket tournament, with the Elite 8 almost set. He’s also been doing all of the dating show staples: a trip to Vegas, wanting to see the girls’ “real personalities,” and wanting to see everybody’s “wild side.” The favorite has to be Rubi, Chad’s No.1 seed.
Just five episodes remain until Ochocinco has found true love.
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