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Love Connection is an American television dating game showhosted by Andy Cohenin which singles attempt to connect with a compatible partner of the opposite gender. Originally hosted by Chuck Woolerythe show debuted in syndication on September 19,and ended on July 1,after 2, shows. Reruns continued to air until September 8, Inthe series returned on Fox with Andy Cohen hosting.

On August 10,Fox renewed the series for another season. Love Connection' s main premise was to arrange dates for couples. A guest appeared on the show after going on a date with one of three contestants, having chosen on the basis of the contestants' videotaped profiles. After the date, the televised appearance was scheduled.

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Love Connection tapings took place before a live studio audience. Woolery introduced the guest and show excerpts from the three candidates' videos. The studio audience then secretly voted on which candidate they preferred for the guest. In the —99 version, home viewers voted online and were included in the tally. The guest then revealed whom he or she had actually dated, and the date joined the conversation from backstage via closed-circuit television camera.

Woolery led the guest and date to discuss their time together. If they both agreed that the date had been successful, the couple would be reunited onstage; otherwise, the date's participation in the show ended.

Woolery then revealed the vote result; if the guest had had a successful date with the vote winner, Woolery congratulated the couple for making a "love connection," and they would usually but not always accept the offered prize of a second date at the show's expense. After a successful date, the guest was always offered another date Dating show hosted by chuck woolery wheel that person. However, if the vote winner was one of the other contestants, the guest could choose a date with the vote winner, regardless of the success of the first date.

In addition, if the guest had already unsuccessfully dated the audience pick, the guest could choose to go on a date with either of the other contestants. If a second date took place, the couple would be invited back for a second interview at a Dating show hosted by chuck woolery wheel taping. Two or three segments usually aired per show. In a variation that aired on Fridays, a bachelor or bachelorette who had not yet chosen a date made an appearance and allow the studio audience to make the choice for him or her, based on video excerpts.

The couple would report back in the usual fashion several weeks later. If the couple hit it off, they were entitled to a second date at the show's expense. If not, the contestant could choose between the two losing candidates for the second date.

In the revival, the guest appeared on the show after having gone on a date with each of the three contestants, and all three were interviewed from backstage after the video intros and audience vote. This version added a segment where guests and contestants rated their first impressions of each other's looks on a scale of 1—10 while the date's physical appearance is intended as the basis of the score, some contestants have based their scores in part on other factors, "Dating show hosted by chuck woolery wheel" their date's style of dress, personality, and personal physical preferences.

Thus ending the aforementioned 'Love or Money' twist. The great majority of contestants in the original series were in their twenties and had never been married.

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