Too Hot To Handle is one of the most popular reality TV shows from Netflix. Released in April this year, THTH saw a lot of hot boys and girls staying together in a gorgeous private villa, with only one condition - no one will have sex. The reality show is cringeworthy yet a fun watch, and saw us rooting for a lot of its contestants. Almost 6 months down the line, we take a look at what the top contestants of Netflix's Too Hot To Handle are now, what they are doing, and what they are up to.
Francesca Farago is possibly the most popular face from the first season of Too Hot To Handle. This 25-year-old was seen pairing up with co- star Harry Jowsey, but has since moved on. Her profession includes modelling assignments in Canada and Los Angeles.
Haley Cureton is a 22-year model who was involved casually with Francesca Farago in the show. She, however, claims she is not in touch with any of the contestants now, and is actually pursuing her undergraduate degree at North Florida University.
Chloe Veitch was the first contestant on Too Hot To Handle and wasn't involved with anyone on the show. She says she is still friends with Nicole O'Brien though. Her Instagram game surely saw a big upgrade as she went from 70,000 to 1.6 million followers in the span of few months.
WIth 1.1 million followers on Instgram, David Birtwistle surely saw success from Too Hot To Handle. He was touted as one of the most real personalities on the TV show, and was lauded for his appearance. The actor is doing well on the personal front as a strength and nutrition coach.
Pairing with Francesca didn't turn out to be fruitful as Harry is as single as ever. In the most recent update, Jowsey has actually considered legal action against ex-girlfriend Francesca Farago - claiming their split 'damaged his brand' after he lost 200,000 Instagram followers.
Matthew Smith was a contestant who quit Too Hot To Handle before the finale. He has since been focusing on his modelling career which has improved since his appearance. He recently landed a role to play Jesus in a film.