Even if I do say something in an attempt to impress you, I feel like that would come off sounding super douchey: “Yea, I can bench press my body weight”; “Hey, I've performed comedy with Tom Green before”; “I can eat a whole watermelon.”These sound like desperate attempts to impress you; they sound pathetic. Also, if you drink every guy under the table anyway, you probably have a problem. Again, if she wasn't interested, why'd she swipe right? Why did she have me continue to ask question after question after question? After the eighth question, I decided to ask her out on a real-life date.This is how it went: Keep in mind, at this point, she had asked me ZERO questions, knew nothing about me and she was telling ME to try harder.Steve welcomed three single women from all different ages and each representing a different decade – 20’s, 30’s and 40’s.These three women say they have no idea what they’re doing wrong when it comes to dating and need help figuring out why they’re attracting the wrong men.PHOTOS: Season 20 DWTS celebs and their pro partners We've seen passionate lip-locks (Herjavec again), cringeworthy trio dances (Chris Soules and Witney Carson, what happened there?), and flashes of brilliance (courtesy of Nastia Liukin, Derek Hough, and Sasha Farber). Chris Mc Carthy, president of MTV, VH1 and Logo said they currently have “no plans” for season four of the dating reality show, but are open to future reboots.Executive produced by Howard Schultz, and hosted by Rocsi Diaz in season three (with Amy Paffrath hosting the first two seasons), MCCARTHY: We haven’t made plans to move it forward to Season 4, we think it’s a great, fun format, we would like the opportunity at some point to reinvent it but for right now we felt the shows and assets that we have made more sense as we head into the year.
Season 40, Episode 45August 4, 2017Michelle Carter's sentencing for involuntary manslaughter stemming from text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to commit suicide. Season 40, Episode 41June 30, 2017Exploring road rage across America.Read on to find out who went home and who's one step closer to the Mirrorball prize.PHOTOS: Dancing With the Stars winners through the years Rumer Willis and Valentin Chmerkovskiy - Safe After being tapped by the judges to perform their paso doble again because it was their favorite dance of last night, Willis and Chmerkovskiy got the unsurprising but happy news that they were, indeed, safe.The girl speaks to ABC News Correspondent Ryan Smith about the party and what happened afterwards.The report also includes interviews with her parents, students who were at the party and Det.