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This looks like the Travis Kelce dating show application

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I have stumbled upon what appears to be an application for Travis Kelce's new dating show on E!, Catching Kelce. A casting agency is tweeting the link to this application to sign up for the show.

We haven't heard an official date of when this is taping but the application says, "If selected as a final cast member you must be available to tape beginning March 13, 2016. (Dates are subject to change)."

The Chiefs offseason program formally starts in April so, as Kelce said when the news came out, it doesn't appear this will conflict with real football work.

The premise of the show is 50 women from 50 states living in a house with some sort of competition along the way for time with Kelce.

"While Kelce will be deciding who stays in the house and who is sent home along the way, the women are able to strategically decide who is attending the all-important group dates," a release on says. "The debate becomes: do you pick your friends and keep those loyalties strong, or choose the "weakest" contenders to make yourself stand out? Lines will be drawn and friendships will be tested as the women pick and choose who gets the extra time with this football superstar."

The application makes it clear that the producer will be making the final decisions on who does and does not make it after applying and that the deciding factors include "subjective and objective criteria". The application also asks if you have ever posed nude and to send along "a face shot and a full body shot".

There are a bunch of questions about the applicant's life, including: "Have you ever gone skinny-dipping or been naked in public? If yes, tell us the story."

There goes my political career: "You must not be a candidate for public office and must agree not to become one until after one (1) year after the initial exhibition of the episodes of the Program in which you appear, if selected as a participant."

Clark Hunt recently said on the radio he likely won't be watching the show, which is something Clark Hunt and I do not have in common.