More to Love bachelor picked 26-year-old New York native Tali, proposed to her, and she said yes. Again, no surprise there. She definitely appeared smarter and deeper than Malissa, for one, and she looked like she joined More to Love to find love (whatever that means), and not just to win, which is the impression Malissa kind of gave. Sure there was that Jewish factor, but that shouldn't really ruin a good match.
But because of recent trends in the romantic reality show universe, some more questions beg to be asked: (1) will Luke pick a girl, but ditch her a few weeks later to go for the other girl, then the first girl will join a dancing show? (2) will Luke pick neither girl then reveal that he has a wife of ten years and three kids?
Forget the “Top Model” shorties. Forget wondering about whether or not you think you can dance. Forget (if you can) that image of “More to Love’s” Luke and Malissa gettin’ it on in Hawaii. (I know I’M trying to block that one out.) The biggest reality news this week has got to be the announcement that Ellen DeGeneres will be joining “American Idol” in January as the fourth judge. At first this choice prompted me to (again) say, “Capital Wtf?” (It’s my new catchphrase. Thanks, Ra’mon!) But then...
Last week on More to Love, some nay-sayers were vindicated when Luke ended up - intentionally or otherwise - picking three of the thinnest women on the show - Mandy (180 lbs), Malissa A. (170 lbs), and Tali (190 lbs).
At first, I thought the More to Love nay-sayers were just overreacting when they decry that Luke is still picking the relatively thin girls. But then we have the final three, and coincidentally or not, it just happened to be the three thinnest girls in the original batch of 20 - Mandy (180 lbs), Malissa A. (170 lbs), and Tali (190 lbs).A lot of More to Love fans predicted correctly that it was indeed Anna (230 lbs) who would be getting the boot on the episode.
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.