New chinese dating show
In case you've never heard of the show, the premise is this: 24 women decide whether or not they want to date a bachelor.The jury of single women ask questions of the guy, watch intro videos and press light buttons to decide if he's date-worthy. If he survives the "trial," then he gets the chance to pick one of the girls to ask out on a date.
The show’s gimmick puts the burden of choosing a partner not on potential suitors, but on their parents.
Following that (and a plethora of other controversial statements made by contestants), the show's format was tweaked to de-emphasize now being syndicated in English in Malaysia and Australia, where it's allegedly picked up somewhat of a cult following on the network SBS2.
Here are some of the craziest things (excluding the infamous BMW quote) that contestants have said on the show, translated into English.
Jin Xing is a Chinese ballerina, modern dancer, choreographer, actress, and owner of the contemporary dance company Shanghai Jin Xing Dance Theatre.
) has matched hundreds of bachelors and bachelorettes.