It’s up to the individual viewer whether that makes it more entertaining, or whether it’s just too obnoxious to bear.One thing is for certain: It most certainly falls under the category of trash television.During Wednesday night’s premiere of Catching Kelce on E!, it became clear pretty quickly that Travis Kelce is both. Immediately upon meeting Kelce, one of the suitors (Ally, from New York) told the camera that she "thought about having his babies" and that she was pretty sure they were "already dating." Shockingly, she was immediately eliminated.The Kansas City Chiefs tight end isn’t the biggest superstar in football but he is single, handsome, has a loud personality (and wardrobe) as well as a solid repertoire of dance moves. Then she began sobbing over a man that she knew for approximately 60 seconds.Connecticut’s representative, Salma, insisted that she felt a connection and chemistry upon locking eyes with Travis and proceeded to use the word "connection" in every sentence throughout the rest of the 90 minute episode.
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Kelce, who is most likely using the show to boost his own brand rather than score a life partner, very quickly accused one of the contestants (Lexi, from Georgia) of trying to use him and the show to promote her fashion business.
Whether you love it or you hate it, there’s plenty to say about it, and that makes it a winner already.