FYI has just started a new reality show titled Seven Year Switch. They have switched four different couples who they think are most compatible with one another. They are to be part of the experiment for two weeks. After the experiment, they will make a decision whether they want to continue being married or will they opt out.
Seven Year Switch Season 2 update
Switch spouses Kelsey and Dustin are hitting it off really well. From the time they met, they both feel the attraction. Prior to meeting Dustin, Kelsey wants her husband to be a bit adventurous, in all aspects but most importantly, in their lovemaking.
Mail Online reports that Kelsey is already thinking ahead. According to the source, she admitted that she is "thinking long and hard" what it would be like to be intimate with her switch husband, Dustin. "Would Dustin be more fun and willing to try new and different things that James wouldn't be willing to try?" asked Kelsey.
Dustin, on the other hand, knows that his switch spouse wants "a bad boy." He concludes that Kelsey's husband, James will not be able to "please her." The media outlet reports that the former MMA fighter is beginning to feel that being alone with Kelsey is a challenge.
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Meanwhile, Jaclyn and James are treating this experiment as two adults. They shared information about their marriage and details about their partners. For me, it is not evident between the two whether they feel a certain attraction to one another or not.
Us Weekly reports that while their respective spouses are having fun with the experience, Jaclyn is irritated with how Kelsey and Dustin are treating one another. Jaclyn admitted to James that she wants to "punch" Kelsey on the face especially when she finds out if James' wife touched her husband "multiple times." Meanwhile, James did not comment on the former's statement.
Are you curious about what will happen between Kelsey and Dustin? The Seven Year Switch will air its next episode on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. on FYI.
source: Twitter/ Jamie N. Otis