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Kelce, who is most likely using the show to boost his own brand rather than score a life partner, very quickly accused one of the contestants (Lexi, from Georgia) of trying to use him and the show to promote her fashion business.With Kelce having signed a $46 million extension over the offseason, one of the contestants was up front about that playing a factor in her interest.

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At the end of the premiere, there were 15 women left in the competition and it appears that the show will be as much about their quest to woo Kelce as it will be about their interactions and relationships with one another while living together under the same roof while they try to do so.Connecticut’s representative, Salma, insisted that she felt a connection and chemistry upon locking eyes with Travis and proceeded to use the word "connection" in every sentence throughout the rest of the 90 minute episode.Ultimately, Kelce eliminated her due to lack of connection. Another woman — Crystal, from Florida — told Kelce that she recently caught the bouquet at her sister’s wedding and thought that it was a sign for things to come with them, which is definitely a surefire way to score a relationship with a person that you literally just met.Myrtle is an evergreen shrub, grown in the Roman period for medical and ritual purposes, such as weddings, and dedicated to Venus, the Roman goddess of sexuality and love.It has a smaller leaf than the more commonly depicted laurel.One thing is for certain: It most certainly falls under the category of trash television.

Whether you love it or you hate it, there’s plenty to say about it, and that makes it a winner already.

There was already a dramatic "house meeting" in week one to discuss the behavior of individual tenants, so I’m sure the atmosphere will be just peachy in the coming weeks.

Not surprisingly, the shows seems to compare similarly to The Bachelor/Bachelorette, both somehow still going strong after all these years.

While some of the contestants were overwhelmingly weird, others appeared to be interested in more than just true love — a shocking development for a reality dating show!

In addition to potentially finding a partner, fame and attention is a huge part of the reason why anyone — on either side of the competition — agrees to go on shows like these.

It is usually dated to the time of the Julio-Claudian dynasty (1st century AD), though doubts have been raised about its authenticity.