Blind dating game show
Daters in the past have including people with Tourettes, learning disabilities, down syndrome, visually or hearing impaired and people in wheel chairs. Plus there’s new celebrities we can cringe over their so called dating techniques. Last series we got to see a bunch of celebs get professional help from a London dating agency and some did succeed getting second dates but other ended up breaking the rules and dating each other!
With the help of a personal introduction service and a dating agency these daters are sure to find love! This show helps celebrities to find dates, go on dates, and try to bag a second date. This series we have the likes of the gorgeous Jorgie Porter from Hollyoaks, I’m a Celeb Ferne Mc Cann, Bear from well every reality TV show going at the moment, Perri Kiely aka the afro kid from Diversity and Joey Essex is back after failing to maintain a relationship with MIC’s Stephanie Pratt. Expect more drama, more cringy moments and more laughs for us as they date the public!
The show is a physiological experiment, dating show gold and a dramatic reality TV show of all proportions!
involves putting a series of questions to three potential dates who can't be seen.
If they are wrong, they go back into the house to try to figure out who is their match! At the end of each week they go the the matchmaking ceremony and pair up.
They find out how many matches they have correct by beams of light but they never know who exactly is a correct couple!
Take me out hit was in the top spot of dating TV a few years back. It’s still a great TV show but the “lighty” is fading. The first round is first impressions when the girls can switch off on first impressions, looks, name and destination alone.
They come from all walks of life as well as various disabilities either physical or mental. These celebs are awful at dating and its hilarious to watch!
Studs - I was eight years old when this show first aired and I thought it was the sexiest thing since shirtless Prince Eric in the The Little Mermaid.
With Valentine's Day quickly approaching there is really no way to avoid it: love is in the air.
None of which are really interested in finding love but more into finding into each others pants.
Not really a show that finds couples at the end but has a lot of entertaining drama.