As season 5 of TV3 dating reality show, Date Rush continues, contestants continue to treat audience to an entertaining show.
This Week, it was the turn of the ladies to stand behind the rushes after turn of the guys last two Weeks.
On this Week's episode, one of the most popular contestants on the show, Fatima revealed why she decided to turn her rush off for the first guy of the night.
According to Fatima, she turned her rush off for David because, everything about him was boring for her personally hence her decision to turn off her rush.
Nontheless, David was able to get a date for the night.
After his final video, two ladies kept their rushes on, Cindy and Manuela.
When the opportunity was given to David to choose from the two ladies, she opted for Manuela as his preferred choice of date.
Date Rush is a dating TV reality show that gives the opportunity for couples to have a date.
This is season 5 of the episode and a lot of couples are able to find date on the show.
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