Celebrities who were on the dating game
In the early 1970s, a grown up Jay North, child star of Dennis the Menace (1959) on TV, appeared on the show.
Roles were reversed; North asked questions and chose a date from three eligible "bachelorettes".
The questions were all framed provocatively, with plenty of opportunity for a naughty answer. In the years since the show aired, some fascinating names came up on You Tube’s radar — of on-the-prowl singles who would one day make a name for themselves.
A typical question went something like this: “Bachelor Number Three, it’s the holiday season and I’m Santa — you’re on my lap. Before his hair went white and his stand-up comedy career took off, Steve Martin appeared on the show (on multiple occasions).
Shockingly, a lot of them were trying to find love or money on game shows!
After all when you think about it, celebs without money and fame are just like us. Here are 10 celebrities who tried their luck before they were famous.
Michael Jackson, Steve Martin and Arnold Schwarzenegger, among others, appeared as contestants.
In early 1990s' under the title "Saklambaç", it was also introduced in Turkey, as well; thanks to the unforgettable episodes with the host Nurseli Idiz.
Promiscuous friendships and promiscuous sexual intercourses captured the meanings of our lives.