The dating show from FOX is participated by a teacher, a college student, a fitness instructor and even a rocket scientist who are all full-figured.
After a nationwide audition, 20 plus size women have been selected to participate in the first season of FOX's "More to Love". These women will compete for the love of Luke Conley, a 26-year-old who works as a subcontractor and real estate investor.
Luke, who is weighing over 300 pounds, has the selection from a college student to a rocket scientist. 26-year-old Tali said she is looking for "someone who knows what he wants from life and knows where he is heading and doesn't give up - no matter how hard things get." 25-year-old Bonnie, meanwhile, wants a guy "who can create. Blend that with a handsome smile and a sarcastic wit."
"This is a dating show that sends the right message about embracing and loving yourself no matter your shape or size," said executive producer Mike Fleiss. "When you are comfortable with your own body, you can really allow yourself to be open to the possibility of finding the right person to love."
Hosted by full-figured supermodel Emme, "More to Love" is scheduled to premiere on July 28 at 9/8c.