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"The Choice" contestant calls Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski a "frat boy"

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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski joined three of the world's most eligible bachelors on the hit FOX dating show "The Choice."

Gronk was the first guy done, being picked by three women before the likes of reality star Rob Kardashian, comedian Finesse Mitchell, and Olympic gold-medalist Steven Lopez.

The 23-year-old football star was chosen by the first contestant, a dancer named Elle who all four men turned around their seats for.

Gronk turned around for a local girl named Brittany after she said she was from Boston. He then admitted he was turned off after she said she would beat anyone up. When it came time to narrow down his contestants from three to two, Brittany was the first to go.

One contestant seemed disappointed that Gronk did not turn around for her. Angelica, the self-proclaimed good girl, said that back stage she was "into" Gronk, but then decided she was glad he didn't turn around after she heard him talk, calling him a "frat boy."

Gronk rounded off his three choices with a woman named Myrna. All four men turned around for the bombshell before she even spoke after the crowd erupted when she walked on stage.

As Myrna looked over the men, Rob Kardashian admitted a quick defeat.

"Honestly, pick, pick the football guy right here," said the reality star.

"No, no let her choose who she wants to choose, and it's probably not you," Gronkowski replied.

Ultimately Myrna listened to Kardashian's advice and chose the other Rob, but in the end he didn't choose her. Gronk decided to go with Elle, his original choice.

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