Warren sapp dating show
When wealth, fame, an athletic body and a winning personality fail you in the dating circle, what is a person to do?Apparently head over to FOX and sign up for a spot on the network's new reality dating show, The Choice.This ' Choice' is exactly what two high profile NFL stars, and one former star, are making in the offseason.Ndamukong Suh of the Detroit Lions, New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski, and former player and now TV analyst Warren Sapp, have all agreed to be a part of the dating reality show, which is set to premiere on June 7.In the reality show, everyday people are given a chance to win a date with a famous participant looking for the same. It’s going to sell all over the world.”For Ndamukong Suh, this appearance is just another mark on the young stars growing marketability.The contestants are paired down over three rounds until each celebrity -- there are four each episode -- blindly choose a date for the evening. Despite the ugly stomping incident on Thanksgiving day last year, or maybe because of it, Suh has been increasingly visible outside of the football field.
This dating show just might be what the doctor has ordered; that is if he doesn't make the contestant pay for his date.Lastly, that leaves Rob Gronkowski, who is probably doing this just for the fun of it.' Gronk' is a party animal who seems to love making the rounds, so if you throw him a check to do what he appears to love more than anything -- going out -- then you can count on his participation.True love is most likely not going to come out of this show for these three -- or any of the celebrities and contestants -- but if they can get through an evening without any illegal contact or unsportsmanlike penalties, then I'd call it a success.The footage, which was obtained by TMZ and published Tuesday, shows the 42-year-old ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle burying his face in his hands and pulling his shirt over his head after Arizona police officers inform him that he's going to jail.