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If they all find their perfect matches by the end of the show, they're rewarded with an outlandish amount of money for all the saliva swapping.
This is the problem with reality television dating shows.
Furthermore, it's increasingly frustrating that reality shows aren't more inclusive of the LGBTQ community.
Some even plotted to boycott or disrupt production, according to Page Six.
Furthermore, she also hasn't quite found her own "perfect match."To me, that doesn't scream she's great at finding other people their own matches.
From the original "Joe Millionaire" to the poorly received "I Wanna Marry Harry," there have been countless dating shows that have given us hopeless romantics, wannabe models and actresses vying for a man's love.
I'm a reality show junkie at heart, and I'll tune in to anything that is trashy and insane.
Thankfully, MTV continues to pump these programs my way, and I recently took the time to binge the most ridiculous dating show yet, "Are You The One?