Mtv dating show exposed
In this show, one single interviews two potential daters and asks them probing, personal questions.
What the daters don't know is that every answer they provide is being filtered through lie detection software.
This article is about shows that have aired on MTV in the United States.
For MTV's sister channel, MTV2, see List of programs broadcast by MTV2.
At the end of the date, the dater reveals that the statements made during the date have been run through lie detection software, usually to shocked reactions from the two contestants.
Everything said by the daters is run through lie detection software.
Then, the dater goes back to the RV to consult with their friend and decide which of the two competitors to pick.
The dater then returns and confronts the two daters, exposing one (or multiple, occasionally) of their most notable lies, before revealing which one they chose.
Next, the dater asks the two contestants if there is anything they would like to 'come clean' about, giving them a last chance to reveal a lie.
Commonly, both daters don't respond to this, though they know they have (usually) both lied.This is one reason that most believe the show is fake, with contestants from the dating show, "Next" being featured in "e Xposed" as well.