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It all started with Really World a television show on MTV This show taped seven strangers living together This show was reality programs at it finest so I thought Real World first aired in the early 90s Now in 2001 there seems to be an overflow of these types of really shows Michael Smith my cousin had a change to a particate on one the new hottest reality shows Change of Heart Whats is the point of change of heart Well couples that have been dating for less than one year can test their relationship by dating other people Before the show is air you and your partner go on dates with other people Then all four of people meet back at the show to tell what happen on their dates After the couples faces off they decide where to stay together or to have a change of heart Although Change of Heart is a reality show you cant just show up at the studio Couple must first apply by fill out a very long questionnaire The questionnaire ask every question under the sun although most are gear toward your relationships and likes and dislikes in a mate After filling out the long questionnaire you can email it or mail it back to the producers along with a headshot This process makes me think that this show isnt a real as they want us to thing it is That the easy part said Michael Smith we talked about his experience on the show The hardest are part was yet to come The producers get your pictures and questionnaire and if the like you they call you and your partner in for a personal interview At the interview they go over your questionnaire and they try to find out what you are looking you in mate They also get the dirt on you partner this information will be used during the shows taping
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