"What started out as a goof ended up being a ridiculously good format," Fox producer Mike Darnell told about the show. A couple of the setups really had chemistry," Darnell said.

host Cat Deeley, will feature these celebrities (and more) as they compete to find true love out of a group of fellow single people.

Kicking off in June, the celebs will hear pitches from prospective dates over the course of three rounds until matches have been made.

At the end of each interval, the individual celebrity contestant's chair is turned around to signal the next two participants to start their interview.

At the end of the round, each celebrity must eliminate one contestant.

Each celebrity contestant must select three people to choose to be on their team (celebrities who have already selected their three potential dates still have to wait until after the contestant has finished giving their first impression to see them).

The contestants turn their chairs to signify that they are interested in going out with that person; if two or more of the celebrity contestants want the same person (as happens frequently), the prospective date has the final choice of which celebrity they would be most interested in going out with.

-inspired dating show, has finally revealed which celebrities will compete for a chance to romance the commoner of their dreams.

The list includes reality show veterans Rob Kardashian, Pauly D, and the Situation, as well as musicians Joe Jonas, Romeo, and Taylor Hicks.

The show's twist is that the celebrities can't see their prospective dates and, much like the singing show , the single celebrities will be sitting on rotating chairs with their backs turned to the contestants.

Rounding out the men in the competition are Dean Cain, Rocco Di Spirito, Warren Sapp, Finesse Mitchell, Romeo, Jeremy Bloom, Jason Cook, Michael Catherwood, Seth Wescott, Parker Young, Ndamukong Suh, Dr.

Robert Nettles, former American Idol Taylor Hicks, football player Rob Gronkowski and Olympic tae kwon do expert Steven Lopez. It's going to sell all over the world." While most of the episodes will focus on the male contestants, one episode will focus on just the ladies.