Natalie’s interview was entertaining, but I absolutely lost several brain cells upon completion and am much, much dumber now (fair warning, for those of you who haven’t checked it out yet). The first 60 seconds were dedicated to glitter and the color pink, if that is at all telling. I got a bit of a Rachel Reilly vibe from this one, and I say that in the most positive and “reality TV trainwreck-ish” of ways, so she should be fun to watch.
Natalie tells Jeff that her strategy out of the gate is to create an “all girl’s allowance”…not a typo. She cites her favorite activities as “shopping, and online shopping” and “looking at puppy videos on Instagram, and online”. Once the live feeds launch, Natalie can add “embarrassing myself, and embarrassing myself online” to her list of interests.
Okay, this guy is the worst. I’m calling it here and now. If the last name “Arroyo” didn’t give you casting chills, check out his life motto: “Get my money, develop my body, and get women.” I can’t make this stuff up.
I should probably just stop trying to be funny with this dude right now, because he’s killing it all on his own. Oh, and in case you couldn’t have guessed, he works in a gym. Oddly enough, there’s a big part of me that sees Victor going pretty far in this game.
Meet Glenn – here to fill our token “old person who can’t win” role. Glenn has a fiancé, but still plans to use flirting as a strategy tactic if need be…great play for this 50 year-old, balding, prime physical specimen with a Bronx accent that would make any woman melt like butter. This interview was difficult to pay attention to due to the unsettling nature of Glenn and Jeff wearing the exact same pink button-down shirt.
Adding to the creep-factor was Glenn’s never-shifting eye contact with Jeff, all the while having his arm around him in the seat they were sharing. I shouldn’t be so hard on Glenn…he’s just practicing that flirt game we’ll be undoubtedly be watching all summer.