Too Hot To Handle: Where are the winners now?

Reality television based on love and relationships tend to focus on building connections between two or more people. However, with Too Hot To Handle, all the rules change. In this Netflix original reality tv series, ten attractive people spend about ten weeks in a luxury villa. To them, it’s a vacation paradise with no rules, but to Lana, it’s an attempt at teaching the group to build connections beyond physical attraction. With $100,000 on the line, this group of attractive – horny – people are to abstain from any form of sexual activity.

The first season of the dating show featured fourteen contestants. Ten of the contestants managed to cross the finish line and became winners of the show. It’s been almost a year since the pilot episode of season 1 of Too Hot to Handle. It’s only normal to be curious about the lives of the winners after the show. Here’s what we know!

Chloe Veitch

Chloe is the youngest winner of the first season of Too Much To Handle. She is a social media influencer, model and actress. Although she didn’t get the relationship she wanted on the show, the reality tv series has opened many doors for her.

Bryce Hirschberg

Bryce did not start the show with the other contestants, and only made his debut in the sixth episode. However, he also won the show. Bryce made an impression on the other contestants with his musical talents and sense of humor. After the show he briefly dated his castmate, Nicole O’Brien, but they split soon after. Bryce is currently focused on his musical career and also earns via social media campaigns.

David Birtwistle

David has always been a fitness enthusiast and personal trainer. After the show, David continues his career as a fitness trainer and started his own fitness coaching program called Endeavor Life. He is also an ambassador for EHPlabs, a health supplements line.

Francesca Farego

Francesca was a controversial contestant in the show. She and Harry made headlines when the show aired, and they still can’t keep their hands off each other. Now, with over 5 million followers on Instagram and 300k subscribers on youtube, she is a lifestyle influencer, social media personality and beauty blogger. She also has a swimwear line called Farago The Label.

Harry Jowsey

Harry has been quite the busy man since he left the show. From promoting brands like BoohooMan, Fashionova Men and many others, to starting his own online store, Naughty Possums. He also started a podcast called ‘Tap in w/ Harry Jowsey’. His Youtube channel has also garnered over 300k subscribers! Although he and Francesca seem to be on and off, Harry seems to be doing fine post – Too Hot to Handle.

Kelechi ‘Kelz’ Dyke

Rhonda Paul

Rhonda balances life as a mother, social media personality and model. She is also an entrepreneur and owns a jewelry line called PureluXX and an eyewear brand called Beaute by Rhonda. She has definitely been working hard since the show came to an end.

Sharron Townsend

Sharron is a model and an actor who has starred in Creed II and made a cameo in Shea Butter Baby by Ari Lennox and J Cole. He is also a personal trainer and a wrestling coach. He started an initiative called “Today I Smiled Project” as a way to give back to the community. Sharron donates a large portion of his revenue from merchandise sales to Urban Promise, a local NGO that works with the youth in New Jersey.

Nicole O’Brien

Nicole is a singer and is currently pursuing her music career. In March 2021, she released her first single ‘Irish Eyes’. Nicole regularly partners with brands to promote on social media. She also has a Youtube channel where she vlogs about her daily life.

Lydia Clyma

Lydia currently works as a television presenter as well as a social media personality. She is also a model who has worked for various brands. Some of these brands include FahionNova, Lounge Underwear, ProteinWorld, BondiBoost and many more.

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