Like most of you, I've watched
a few dating shows in the bast like
a Mintain, but there's a new
one that just came out from wondering,
called Queen of Hearts, that I
think you should check out. Queen of
Hearts is the unique dating show that
gives you a front row seat to hear
all of the incredible highs and cringeworthy
lows of modern dating. And I say
here because contestants only get to use
their voices to seduce one lucky suitor.
Hosts Andrew Paul's Drag Ras and veteran
jujubi is stripping away her contestants faked tans,
six packs, abs and movie star
smiles to focus on what really matters,
your voice, your personality. So
how good they are in the booth
is what gets them the date,
and at the end of each episode you'll
find out who is one step closer
to love and who is headed back to
the APPS. You're about to listen
to a clip of queen of hearts.
While you listen, be sure to
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podcasts or in the wondery APP. Thanks,
guys. Now I have the three
of you here and I feel like
it's time for us to play some
games. For this, I'm so damn
baby. This is game number one. This one is called the sinner.
We've all done some things that maybe
we feel a little guilty about or that
we wouldn't tell just anyone. Well, the Queen is here to absolve you.
I want each of you to confess
something to me and to each other
and set yourself free. Honesty is
important in a relationship, so here's your
chance to step up to the plate
right from the beginning. Nothing is too
small or big. But I don't
want to know if you're a serial killer.
Okay, so don't like Kelsey.
Right, go ahead and keep that
a secret. Shit. How about
you, Kelsey? What do you have
to confess? Oh, I mean, I could tell you something gross,
if you want to hear Gross Confession. Yeah, yeah, let's hear it.
Oh, yeah, I while you're
I have shit myself two times in
my adult life, one of which
was last week. Wait, what's amazing?
In the running, we're Kelsey.
Where you were? Were you near
home, though? Thank God.
Both Times I was at home the whole
time. I mistook a Fart for
what I thought of, which I just
didn't even realize what was happening up
until it was too late and I was
about to go to school. So
I was glad it happened home. You
know what they say, love is
like a Fart. If you have to
force it, it's probably shit.
It's so true all the way. Yeah,
the Queen absolves you. You are
all forgiven. Thank you, my savior.