Michael “Mikey” Owusu Biography
Michael Owusu, also known as Mikey, is a British television personality who rose to prominence after appearing as a contestant on the American dating show Are You the One? Season 9.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Age
Michael “Mikey” Owusu was born in London, United Kingdom in 1991. He is 31 years old.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Height
Owusu stands at a moderate height, soon as we have clear facts will update this part.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Education
Owusu has kept his educational history private, but an investigation is underway, and an update will be provided soon.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Family
Owusu has kept his parents’ and siblings’ identities private. Will update this part, as soon as we have detailed information.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Girlfriend
Michael is not dating anyone right now because he will be appearing on the reality show Are You The One to find the right match for him. The show’s contestants are all single and unmarried, and some of them may be looking for love, making their first appearance in the entertainment industry, or simply participating for fun.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Net Worth
Michael’s approximate net worth ranges between $100k – $1 million.
Michael “Mikey” Owusu Are You The One Season 9
Mikey is a male stripper originally from the United Kingdom. The 31-year-old describes himself as having curly hair. He also claims to be cool, calm and collected. So…he appears to be ideal for a dating show.
To summarize, AYTO premiered on MTV in 2014 as the first international dating show, bringing together singles from all over the world in some romantic vacation spot. (Earlier seasons were filmed in Hawaii, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and New Orleans, Louisiana.) Each person on the show must go through extensive interviews and compatibility tests prior to filming. The show then uses a proprietary matchmaking algorithm to ensure that all contestants (20 or more) have a “perfect match.”
Throughout the season, contestants must use a “truth booth” to find out who they are meant to be with, which will either confirm or deny a couple’s compatibility. If a group of contestants can figure out every true match in ten or fewer attempts or “match-up ceremonies,” they win $1,000,000. However, each time the contestants fail to figure out any new matches at these ceremonies, their winnings are cut in half.