'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer' star Carolyn Moore dubbed 'gold digger' by fans

After hearing Carolyn speculating Kurt as the millionaire, fans took to Twitter to call her out for pursuing Kurt just for his money


                            'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer' star Carolyn Moore dubbed 'gold digger' by fans
Carolyn Moore and Kurt Sowers on 'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer' (FOX)

Eighteen drop-dead gorgeous women were handpicked to compete on FOX's latest dating show 'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer'. But before you write off the show as just another dating show, the showrunners spiced up the show by picking not one but two bachelors- Kurt Sowers and Steven McBee to star on the show. The twist is that one of the men (Steven) is a real millionaire, while the other (Kurt) isn't, and the women have no idea about the identity of the rich bachelor. Giving them an opportunity to form genuine connections without financial status coming in the way.

From day one Kurt was drawn to 30-year-old Carolyn Moore. Luckily for him even she happened to be attracted to him. Before things could go any further with them, Carolyn explained to Kurt that she has a son from her previous relationship and made it very clear that her son and his father would remain an integral part of her life. Kurt was initially a bit thrown off on learning about her past but continued to be attracted to her. While Kurt seems to be developing genuine feelings for her, fans however seem to be convinced that Carolyn is pursuing him just for his money and labeled her 'gold digger'.

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Carolyn Moore on 'Joe Millionaire: For richer or Poorer' (FOX)

 

The recently aired episode featured the ladies competing in a challenge to win some one-on-one time with the two men. Carolyn surprised everybody by winning the challenge which was playfully titled 'gold digger challenge' where the women had to fish out for gold from a pile of dirt. After Carolyn won the challenge she was given the option of picking which bachelor she wanted to go out on a date with and whether she wanted to go on a casual date or a high-end wine and dine date. Carolyn played smart and picked to go on a casual date with Kurt.

She explained that since she was dressed casually she picked the casual date, but the other ladies and fans weren't convinced with her explanation and dubbed her a 'gold digger'. During the date, Carolyn revealed that she believed Kurt to be a millionaire and pointed out how that's good for her son and her. After hearing Carolyn speculating Kurt as the millionaire, fans took to Twitter to call her out for pursuing Kurt just for his money.

A fan tweeted, "Yup gold digger carolyn... wants a rich man ugh #JoeMillionaire."  Another fan wrote, "Ok, now I see why everyone's been saying Carolyn is a gold digger #JoeMillionaire." "Carolyn:’I believe that Kurt is the millionaire, which is great for me’ #JoeMillionaire," joked a fan. 



 



 



 

 

Carolyn Moore is being dubbed as 'gold-digger' by 'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer' fans (FOX)

 

Another fan shared, "Carolyn’s vibe is off! Kurt please leave her aloneeee #JoeMillionaire." "Carolyn said, "I'mma get my baby's college tuition tonight" #JoeMillionaire," observed a fan. Carolyn too took to Twitter to clarify that she wasn't a gold-digger. She explained, "A man’s financial status has never mattered to me (I make my own ), and what I felt for Kurt happened before I even knew the premise of the show. Gotta make good tv I guess! #joemillionaire."



 



 



 

 

'Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer' airs every Thursday at 8/7c on FOX. 

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