The TCU Programming Council is hosting its own version of “Singled Out” tonight at 7 p.m. in the Student Center lounge.Kristen Chapman, director of special events for the council, said she hopes the knock-off of the popular ’90s game show will help students kick off festivities before Valentine’s Day.
Chapman said there will be two males and two females to be the designated contestants and that the game will be run very similar to the famous MTV show. She said the contestants will choose the qualities they desire most in the opposite sex and that audience members will either step aside or stay, depending on whether they believe they possess the chosen characteristics.
Winning couples will be given restaurant gift certificates, but Chapman said the game is purely for fun and winners can choose whether they want to go on the date.
Chapman said that in order to make the event fun and energetic, PC has recruited Senseless Act of Comedy performers Michael Flusche and Carla Stoltenberg to host the event.
Chapman said she is excited for the event and thinks it will be a success.
“All the events we’ve planned this year have all gone over really well and I’m really excited to see how great this one turns out,” Chapman said.
Chapman said all students are invited to participate in the audience and that PC will provide free food, flowers and balloons to those who come.