Too Hot to Handle: What’s going on? Lydia Clyma turned Down Celebrity Proposal?

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Lydia Clyma’s past revealed!

Too Hot to Handle has kept the viewers engaged since it arrived on Netflix last week. Fans have spotted Lydia Clyma turning down a celebrity proposal during another reality show.

Lydia Clyma was the only late entrant to Too Hot to Handle to develop a serious connection. Lydia is a London-based actress and model. She is a former ring girl, something she brought up on the show.

What had happened?

It has now been revealed that Lydia was involved in the famous BBC Three show Ibiza Weekender. There, she caught the eye of Jordan Davies who got down on a knee proposed to Lydia. He was eager to start a serious relationship with her.

With Lydia’s hand in his, he confessed: “You are the most beautiful, most attractive, most stunning girl I’ve ever met. Will you marry me?”

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Lydia casually responded with a ‘yes’ before getting a ring placed on her finger after which Jordan yelled: “Whey, we’re getting married!”

Unfortunately, she later on discovered that she was the “rebound girl” for Jordan.

After that, Jordan was seen begging to Lydia for her forgiveness.


Read Also: Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle: Everything you need to know.

What took place in the show?

Recently, in the final episode of the show, the contestants were seen splitting the money. This really enraged the viewers.

The show began with $100,000 in the bank and the team eventually brought it down to $75,000!

In the end, the money was split after which, each contestant walked away with $7,500.

This caused some enraged fans to tweet. A fan mentioned: “Anyway, if you like people who do the right thing to win in life, please don’t watch Too Hot to Handle.”

Many agreed to this.

Another Posted, “Jesus (Matthew) did not leave the show for this. bad people get to flunk the rules are rewarded after doing one good deed. Kelz deserves the 75k but yeah, split it.”

Many fans had strong views that money should not have been offered to those who did not abide by the rules during the show.