He's looking for a woman who is intelligent, passionate and comfortable in her own skin.
He'll have 20 to choose from, and as the competition continues and women are eliminated, he must decide whether one of the voluptuous ladies can truly win his heart.
As for the ladies who will lobby to claim this loveable hunk's big heart, the only quality they seem to share is a desire to find love.
With careers ranging from a plus-sized model to lawyer to yes, an actual rocket scientist, each of the 20 females seems unique.
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Among the field of would-be girlfriends, schoolteacher Magali longs for a man who will love her "for who she is inside." Corporate trainer Shari, meanwhile, is all about attitude.
"If he has a certain 'grrrrr,' that really appeals to me," her bio reads.
Eligible bachelor Luke Conley, a 26-year-old former football player, romances a group of confident plus-size women.
A 26-year-old former college football player turned successful real estate investor, Conley stands 6-foot-3 and weighs "over 300 pounds," says Fox's press release.
He says is looking for a woman who is "intelligent, passionate, down-to-earth, full-figured and comfortable in her own skin." View our round-up of TV's best big guy/hot wife couples.
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More to Love was a reality game show (or dating game show) that premiered on Fox on July 28, 2009. The show was created by Mike Fleiss (who also created The Bachelor).