Imagine the party girl, who ends up with Bloom, the guy with his head together that proved there is life after sports.Imagine the bookworm getting paired up with Gronkowski, and just wanting to go to a quiet, romantic dinner instead of doing body shots. Fox is coming out with a celebrity dating show called “The Choice”, which will feature various celebrities (and of course, pseudo-celebrities) matched up with normal people.Five of the six episodes will feature male celebrites, while just one will feature female celebrities.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.
Over the years we’ve seen thousands of singles make fools of themselves, as their ridiculous journeys are broadcasted straight into our living rooms.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.If we’ve learned anything from the recent history of these dating shows, it’s that all is fair in love and war.Brandi Glanville hasn’t ruled out a return to the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” “Never say never,” she teased Friday at an NBCUniversal media event in Los Angeles. “I feel like her whole house of cards is going to crash down.” Glanville — who recently completed a movie with Girardi — is set to appear in the upcoming E! But the long golf days and he was always like “My phone died.” And I was always a little bit jealous. I always think certain things and then my friends are like, “We are so sorry.” FOX411: Did Eddie ever apologize or take any accountably for the way things went down? GLANVILLE: I think doing this show, I found out that I could have butterflies again. Then I thought I will just go with chemistry and call it a day. “The other women were really at a point where they did not want to shoot with me,” she tells Fox411. Kind of like what happened to my friend Kristen on New York Housewives.” The tipping point, Glanville says, came when she jokingly slapped co-star Lisa Vanderpump across the face. “This season, when you are watching ‘Housewives,’ you get to see the Lisa I knew from Day One and how strategic and planning [she is],” Glanville says. GLANVILLE: I am a Scorpio so I am a little bit crazy. ” And my friends would be like, “Brandi, you are being crazy. He adores you.” Then it turns out I was right the whole time. FOX411: How did being on “Famously Single” help you find love again?