This show just as it titled centers around 12 American women who travel to England to meet the love of their lives, and from the start it is obvious that this show is hilarious. They arrive at a castle with all the luxury one can imagine, the servants, the butler and everything else that can be imagine from such a setting.
Then viewers are introduced to the bachelor, first of all the man’s resemblance to the real Prince Harry is 99%, yes he is British, his name is Matt Hicks, he is 23 years old, looking for love, but he is poor, does not own a car and borrows the bicycle he uses to get to work, and what does he do for a living? Well, he cleans out oil spills, but he is good hearted and so far appears to be an overall nice guy…In other words he has a nice personality…
Matt is instructed to all aspects of royalty, he is asked to memorize all the details concerning Prince Harry, so that the women waiting for him won’t discover he is an impostor. He is taught table manners which until then, he had no idea, he is taught to fence, ride a horse and play polo, none of which he has an idea of how to do, and then he is given a makeover to iron out some discrepancies on his hair. Then he is taken to the castle where the girls are via helicopter with a security detail and all, the women catch a glimpse of him, but are not yet certain and he is taken into the castle through a different entrance unknown to the women.
That night a masquerade ball is given and all the women and bachelor are required to wear masks as they meet one another, later on in the evening the clock strikes the hour at which they all must reveal themselves. Last was “Sir” as the butler addresses the bachelor and the women are left speechless upon noticing that they are face to face with Prince Harry, some nonetheless are skeptical.
This show is funny, but with all the deceptions that will be played and half truths, it will be interesting at the end when he is due to ask the girl of his dreams to marry him, and at the same time reveal the truth that the whole experience has been a hoax.
“I Wanna Marry Harry” runs on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on Fox.