In case y'all didn't know, I love me some reality TV. Especially when it involves extremely obese people.
I have been watching The Biggest Loser since season 6 (not really sure where I was the first five seasons but I digress) and considered myself besties with Bob and Jillian and fantasized about someday training with them and putting me through the grueling, yet effective workouts that I saw on the show. Jillian made her reputation as being the tough one and Bob was the softie. Given the choice, I would always pick Jillian. And I always said, that when Jillian left the show, I wouldn't watch anymore.
But because I'm a sucker, I tuned in a few seasons ago when they brought in Brett and Kara (who I despised). I even stuck with it when the producers made the ghastly decision to bring in Anna Kournikova, who is the biggest joke not only in tennis but as a trainer. However, last season, the other trainer they brought in started to grow on me.
His name is Dolvett. And he has a smile that warms my...heart.
I mean...those ARMS. Swoon.
This season, Dolvett has proven that he is twice the man that Bob Harper is.
And he hasn't joined the Crossfit cult that seems to be taking over the world.
Last week, when the producers decided to build Bob his own "box," I almost stopped watching the show right then (again). I don't take anything away from Crossfit. Personally, it's not for me. I also think that it's an extreme workout that shouldn't be performed by those who have not been properly trained. But anyway, back to Dolvett.
Bob has been acting like a prima ballerina this whole season while Dolvett has proven himself to be a class act in edition to being a fabulous trainer. AND AND AND...if you all watch the show, you know that Dolvett put himself into some tights into this week's episode. Oh. My. God.
For all the years I watched the show and pledged my love and loyalty to Jillian, I swore that no one would ever replace her in my heart...but Dolvett Quince, has not only ran away with my heart but has squashed any remaining loyalty I had to Bob Harper.
And yes, I'm totally aware that I am talking about reality TV people like we are close personal friends and I know them in real life. Totally normal.