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The first participant to arrive at the loft was Karina Smirnoff of Dancing With The Stars, who told the cameras that she has been engaged three times before, including to Maksim Chmerkovskiy.'Being engaged a few times and publicly does not really help my reputation but you live and learn,' she told the cameras.'Getting married is a big deal and everybody goes through their fair share of disaster dates, that's why you have to kiss a lot of frogs.'Next into the loft was Chad Johnson who gained a bad boy reputation on The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise.'Bad guys do have more fun but that's also the reason I am single,' said Chad as he told Karina that he was known for getting kicked off reality TV shows.

Dorothy Wang was next in and told the cameras that despite growing up wealthy she was a 'real person.'Wang then said she did not date short or 'dumb' guys or smokers among a long list of deal breakers.'I just think I have not met the right person yet he must be out there somewhere right? Jersey Shore's Ronnie told the cameras he was single after splitting with co-star Sammi 'Sweetheart' Giancola.'I lose interest, it is like I am all in then I end up doing something stupid and end up back at square one.

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And they were not the only people hooking up in the show's loft as British model David Mc Intosh and Tiffany Pollard disappeared into a bathroom together before spending the night in bed with each other.

Dorothy immediately cut herself off from the group and there was immediate tension with a hostile Tiffany.'I know what you are doing, you are trying to make something out of nothing.

We are not on your VH1 show,' Dorothy told the cameras.

Relationship expert Darcy Sterling then told the group she wanted to hear what each of their greatest challenges is.

Dorothy said she found it difficult to meet new people.'I am a little judgy.