New tv show celebrity dating
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E4’s got a new dating show, Celebs Go Dating, which does exactly what it says on the tin.Six celebrities will be matched with ordinary people in their quest to find love.
“Single AF” will rollout June 26 through July 11 on MTV’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat accounts. The series will chronicle two weeks of dating adventures among young celebrities who will then bring their top dates to a castle in Paris to determine if they’ve “met their match.” Participants include former “Teen Mom” personality Farrah Abraham, Irish popstars Jedward, “Geordie Shore” star Marnie Simpson, English You Tube star Elliot Crawford, Australian drag superstar Courtney Act and London boyband alum Casey Johnson.That’s why we’ve created our own celebrity dating agency, whose sole aim is to find true romance for famous singletons.Celebs Go Dating will find real people and match them up with famous faces, all in the name of love.” The best bit is, it could be you doing the dating; there is still time to apply to take part before the show begins – just email [email protected] an experiment in which real dates are filmed, and then viewers get the chance to apply to date the unsuccessful participants the following week.Later this aspect was removed and replaced with a cast of regular restaurant staff.The cameras will capture the dates in full – the cringey moments, the awkward bits, the goodnight kisses and analyse it all to death.
Channel 4’s head of formats Dom Bird said: “If there’s one thing we can’t bear to see at E4, it’s a celebrity who’s unlucky in love.Jedward and Marnie Simpson are just some of the stars lined up for MTV’s new dating series, Single AF (for those of you who don’t know, AF is internet slang for ‘as f**k’) Great name.The show, which is due to launch in November, is being preceded by a mini-series, if you can call it that, to be rolled out on social media from June 26 until July 11.Filming begun for the second series in late January with the series launching in February 2017, with filming finishing in early March.Series two saw the return of Joey Essex who broke the rules in the first series when he started dating a celebrity on the show.E4’s head of entertainment Phil Harris added: “We are thrilled to be working with Channel 4 for E4’s biggest entertainment series of the season.