Instead, think of it an unintentional, low-budget “Bachelor” parody you never knew you needed — it’s a trainwreck and you can’t look away.
Here’s how “Catching Kelce” uses some of the franchise’s tropes: [‘I’ve exhausted all other options’: This is why people try out for ‘The Bachelor’] 1) “The bachelor” himself.
Benberry flew home from Los Angeles on Tuesday for a finale watch party Wednesday night at Walker Hall.
She wanted to be surrounded by family and friends, people who knew the real her and not just the character portrayed in “Catching Kelce.” Now that the show’s over, she can talk about that, too.
Back in January, weeks after the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional playoff game, an interesting announcement was made about Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce: For a portion of the offseason, the 27-year-old would be dating 50 women — one from each state — in the hopes of finding his “lifelong teammate” in a new .
In March, I interviewed Kelce outside of a mansion nestled in a nice neighborhood in Sherman Oaks, Calif., where he was made available for one-on-one media interviews to promote his show (we were told to embargo our stories until the premiere was set — the show’s first episode airs Wednesday night at 9 p.m. But before I get to the interview, let me tell you about the journey to the house.
They lost Jamaal Charles to a torn ACL in Week 5 and started 1-5 – only to win their final 10 games of the regular season and make the playoffs. “To be honest, a lot of things had to fall into place,” Kelce said. “I’m good with faces, not so good with names,” he said, laughing. “I’ve always been interested in the TV aspect of things,” he said. I’m the big bad football player on a network (with) a fan base that has no (idea) really what sports is. It’s like, I’m doing this for the right reasons, so I need that out of you guys if I’m going to (do this).” But some of these girls have to be train wrecks, right? “You’re definitely going to see the train wrecks.” You’re also going to see Kelce struggle with names – or just avoid saying them altogether. So you’re sitting here trying to pick out that one Victoria and you’re saying Veronica.” Kelce also talked a little football during his chat with Gottlieb, as the Chiefs had quite a season last year. “When you originally hear ‘dating TV reality show,’ you don’t just jump at it. I feel like a lot of NFL players, a lot of guys in the league, are trying to get out from under the helmet. I know there’s a lot of guys that would jump at the bit to date 50 women on TV.” That’s right. “The hardest part was that there was like three of them named Veronica and then there was one named Victoria.