After each bachelor has three women, they go to a "Speed Round" to narrow down the selection, and then it's narrowed down again from two to one. At the end of each interval, the individual celebrity contestant's chair is turned around to signal the next two participants to start their interview. Like The Voice, it begins with a "Blind Round" which has the male celebrities seated with their backs to the single woman. Fox doesn't seem to be making any apologies about the similarities between the NBC singing competition The Voice and their new show The Choice. It's the lady's choice if more than one of the four men turn their chairs around. After both contestants have given their answer, the celebrity contestant's chair is turned to allow them to make the decision about who they are most interested in dating, each celebrity then must come onstage to reveal to the host, audience and the remaining contestants, which of the two they have chosen to go out on a date with. The male and female contestants are rotated to meet each other and have usually around fifteen seconds to ask questions about the other person.