"VH1 and Chad “OCHO CINCO” Johnson team up to help him find true love!!!
Cincinnati Bengal’s star wide receiver Chad “Ocho Cinco” Johnson is using his off-season to "play the field" in his new VH1 reality…"
VH1 and Chad “OCHO CINCO” Johnson team up to help him find true love!!!
Cincinnati Bengal’s star wide receiver Chad “Ocho Cinco” Johnson is using his off-season to "play the field" in his new VH1 reality show.
Ocho Cinco is one of the most electrifying individuals in sports today. His larger-than-life personality, on and off the field, have been well-documented and so far he’s been able to tackle everything thrown his way... except when it comes to love...
VH1 is looking for single, beautiful women who think they have what it takes to win the heart of one of football’s most electrifying bachelors. Can you handle the pressure of dating one of the NFL’s most popular players and all that comes with it?
Applicants must be 21 years of age or older. Cast members will receive pay each day they appear on the show. They will also receive their travel, accommodations, and food. This is a great chance for any entertainment minded females to gain nationwide exposure. Many of Vh1’s former contestants go on to have their own spin offs, appear in other Vh1 shows, photo spreads in national magazines, and book hosting jobs in some of the countries hottest nightclubs.
Castings interviews are being held throughout the country:
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