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"MTV has allowed me to express my own personality," said Mc Carthy, 23, who was picked out of a casting call.
The rules of the show, taped in a Burbank studio, are simple: A single gal or guy - simply dubbed a "picker" - sits with his or her back turned to 50 potential dates, all between the ages of 18 and 25 and from as far away as Santa Barbara, Bakersfield and Las Vegas.
The music network's first dating show, which debuted last spring, is sexy like Fox TV's old "Studs," with the lurid appeal of Chuck Woolery's "Love Connection." "Singled Out" targets the 18-year-olds to 20-somethings who are typically ignored in dating shows, said Lisa Berger, executive producer.
The short-lived "Bzzz," a syndicated show that aired early last season, tried but failed.
As with its predecessor, the winning couple was set up on a date after the show.
In each game, the featured contestant, or "Picker", would eliminate undesired dates using six categories ranging from the innocuous (height, weight) to the blatantly sexual ("Bedroom Behavior", "Package").
Mc Carthy, bearing the cross of being pretty and blue collar, was immediately shunned.