Film & TV

Hey Men of Miami: Looking For Sluts? Tough Love Is Casting

If there's one thing we know about South Florida, it's that it has a large population of singles. Why? There are a ton of beautiful people in the 305; there's always a good time to be had as well as lots of beds to wake up in. And guys, if you're looking to put your bachelor days behind you, we have the best-kept secret to meeting girls: ladies on reality TV. There's a dating show casting in South Florida, and after they find out whether you've have a DUI or a restraining order in your past, you could wind up on Tough Love.



If you've ever caught anything on Vh1, you know the entire channel is a train wreck. One of their biggest hot messes, Tough Love,

is one of them. The show is basically single women looking for love and

a very sexy man named Steve Ward helping them find men and work out

their daddy issues. And lucky for us: They are bringing this hot mess to

South Florida! Who's excited?

Here's what they are looking for: single, attractive, successful, outgoing men to go on dates with a diverse group of sexy women. Men must be charming, adventurous, live in South Florida area and be looking for love ... or to get laid. Oh and you must be 21, because let's be honest, to roll with these broads, your going to need to be able to throw a few back.

And the application ain't easy. They have some tough questions:

-Are you authorized to work in the US?
That takes out a lot of men in Miami, lets be honest.

-Have you ever had a restraining order placed against you?
Stalkers, sorry you're out.

-Have you ever had a DUI?
That means if you like to booze and cruise, they probably don't want you

-Why do you think you are currently single?
We suggest you don't put, "Because I like to sleep around." Wait, maybe you should. 

Apply here boys. Good luck and be sure to wrap your tool!

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Stacey Russell
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