has greenlit a new dating series in which NFL star Travis Kelce will search for love, in today’s TV news roundup… has ordered eight episodes of new series “Catching Kelce,” a reality dating show centering around Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
The show will feature 50 women, one from each state, who are all invited to Los Angeles to vie for Kelce’s heart.
The two were reportedly seen attending designer Jeremy Scott's (no relation to Travis) Moschino x Candy Crush party together on Saturday, arriving in the wee hours of the morning and heading straight to the VIP section together, according to .
They sat at a private table with friends, enjoying the DJ, before Travis (who performed at Coachella on Friday) and Kylie (who debuted neon yellow hair at the music festival) exited together along with her friends once it got too crowded, the magazine reports.
"The debate becomes: do you pick your friends and keep those loyalties strong, or choose the "weakest" contenders to make yourself stand out?
Lines will be drawn and friendships will be tested as the women pick and choose who gets the extra time with this football superstar." The application makes it clear that the producer will be making the final decisions on who does and does not make it after applying and that the deciding factors include "subjective and objective criteria".
We haven't heard an official date of when this is taping but the application says, "If selected as a final cast member you must be available to tape beginning March 13, 2016.
(Dates are subject to change)." The Chiefs offseason program formally starts in April so, as Kelce said when the news came out, it doesn't appear this will conflict with real football work.
Meanwhile, police determined his girlfriend allegedly has a history of threatening and hurting the children. “Ya kids ain’t safe here I don’t want them here,” read one text, later followed by, “So you better pray for your kids.” The “kids” were 17-month-old Andre Price III and 2-year-old Angel Price.But when the two announced their split in early June, she was forced to deal with even MORE circulating stories about her life.Dilmer was an item for six whole years, but that didn’t stop crazy dating rumors from spreading like wildfire.The couple had been together earlier in the day, but Price had left for work at about p.m. By p.m., though, she wondered why Price hadn’t returned to the house.In a text message, she “accused Price of cheating on her with another woman,” police wrote in an affidavit obtained by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
The texts to Price grew more and more ominous throughout the night before becoming outright threatening.