It's only been two weeks since Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff broke up, but it looks like Prince Farming has had no trouble moving on.
And no, we're not talking about his alleged attempts to hook up with Becca Tilley.
Instead of licking his wounds like so many disillusioned Bachelor fans who thought Chris and Whitney were in it for the long haul, Soules is seizing his window of opportunity and cashing in on his 15 minutes of fame with a new kind of TV gig.
Entertainment Weekly revealed today that Chris has joined the cast of Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition.
Yes, it seems Chris knows how to grow food, but not how to cook it.
So he'll join the D-list ranks of Jenni "JWoww" Farley, Jaleel "Don't Call Me Urkel" White and Kendra "No Nickname Needed" Wilkinson as they're put through a "culinary bootcamp" in hopes learning their way around a kitchen.
If you're a Soules fan, than you already know that Chris competed on Dancing With the Stars last season and seems to be in no rush to return to Iowa.
Considering one of his deal breaker requirements for his bride-to-be was a willingness to live a quiet life in the country, some of the ladies who were dismissed by Chris are no doubt questioning his sincerity in the wake of his sudden interest in TV stardom.
Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition is already in production and will premiere this fall.