This is the second episode of the second series. And we met Grace, 23 and already wedded to her family farm on the Welsh border, preparing to take it over in a few years. Both chose a shortlist of potential partners from those who had written in to the programme, then, after a bit of speed dating, invited three each back to their farms. This week, we are seeing how they are getting on. It is endearing but a bit tiresome. At the field, the men are trying to put up fences.
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Would you like the opportunity to look around a potential date’s house? A new dating show giving singles the chance to look around their prospective date’s home is coming to BBC Three. Hot Property, hosted by YouTube star and singer Yung Filly, gives contestants a sneak peek into their potential boyfriend or girlfriend’s world. A spokesman for the show said: “Hot Property, BBC Three’s exciting new dating series, gives you the opportunity to snoop around your date’s home and get an insight into their life.
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The brand-new dating show will look to hook Brummies up with a hot date. Promoted Stories. It’s set to be fronted by up-and-coming online star.
These are three former Mary From Dungloe contestants and they will travel the length and breadth of Ireland using their pageant poise and style to help four unlucky-in-love men find their way through the dating wilderness. The young women are on the hunt for single men, young and old, who need some help with their love life. Honed by their experience in the festival, the Marys have a wealth of tips on style, confidence and how to make a good impression.
Along the way wardrobes are updated, hairstyles and scruffy beards are groomed and the Marys divulge the secrets of dating repartee. With mock dates monitored by the trio, The Marys do more than help the guys with their love lives. They leave a lasting impression, imparting their wisdom about life as well as love in this light-hearted series that takes a look at modern life and dating with a sense of humour and self-awareness.
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Hot Property gives young people looking for love the chance to snoop around the homes and meet the mates of potential dates, all to decide whether or not they should go on a first date with someone without having met them! The house we live in and the people we surround ourselves with are two of the most outward expressions of ourselves.
Each episode begins with Yung Filly showing one singleton a possession owned by five potential dates, helping them to build a first impression of each person and whittle the options down to three. Together with Yung Filly as their trusted wingman, they will go through the keyhole, into the drawers and under the bed to discover as much as they can about each person by looking at how they live, and to ultimately choose two to keep in the running.
Once the snooping is over, there are bound to be as many questions as there are answers, and to help with the final decision there will be an opportunity to meet the person closest to each of the remaining love rivals. Hot Property is a new, original take on relationships that peeks behind the curtain at the way young people in the UK are living today.
A glamorous Derry hairdresser has bravely ditched her trademark make-up to take part in a BBC dating show. Patricia McCallion, who owns her own hair and beauty salon in Waterloo Street, agreed to be stripped of her make-up and lashes to take part in ‘Pretty Single’ which airs on Monday. Mum-of-one and self-confessed romantic, Patricia admits she hides her true self behind make-up to boost her confidence.
Each of the five suitors have been specially matched to Patricia but she could only take one to dinner. Patricia remains tight lipped about who she chose for her date, but revealed she was given the option of going bare faced or wearing make-up. All six episodes in the series will be available on BBC iPlayer after the first episode is broadcast. If you have a story or want to send a photo or video to us please contact the Derry Now editorial team on for Derry City stories Or for County Derry stories.
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A new dating show which will appear on the BBC is looking for participants in Edinburgh, but don’t expect something along the lines of Love Island. The show helps people find romance in a wonderfully quaint way, by breaking the ice through singing. Producers are looking for single people of all genders, sexualities and backgrounds to appear on the show. Tern TV say: “Are you sick of ‘likes’ and ‘swipes’?
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It’s the anti-Love Island, with welly boots and 6am milking sessions but you are rooting for Sara Cox to find these flirty farmers the love they.
The ITV2 favourite won’t be returning this year due to travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the Beeb could be filling the gap with ‘Squad Dates’. The upcoming BBC Three show will see groups of friends meeting up for mass dates with other gangs of pals to see whether they can find love. As reported by The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column, producers are looking to film in the UK over the coming weeks to air later in the year. A source said: “While staying in a sun-drenched villa might be out of the question, ‘Squad Dates’ will be here in the UK for all those desperate 18 to year-olds.
Last month, ITV confirmed both the summer and winter editions of ‘Love Island’ had been scrapped, but the channel promised the show – hosted by Laura Whitmore – would be “bigger and better than ever” next year. The broadcaster previously said: “‘Love Island UK’ will return bigger and better than ever with an extended run in summer The decision to scrap the summer and winter editions of ‘Love Island’ has come amid ongoing uncertainty relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
Pre-production on the winter series was due to take place in the coming weeks, but due to social distancing measures, the series proved to be impossible to stage. Toggle navigation.
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It’s set to be fronted by up-and-coming online star Yung Filly. The show allows contestants to snoop around their potential date’s homes and meet their friends and family before they actually meet them. The show – called Hot Property – will see the contestant then decide if they’d like to go on a date with them based on what they dig up and through chats with their loved ones.
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With a whole new take on the singing gameshow genre, Paddy will be guiding teams of two to win a cash prize by bringing his own unique comedic style to the show which promises music, laughs and play along fun for all the family. From his appearances in Phoenix Nights to hosting the hugely popular dating show Take Me Out, his comedy background and northern charm has helped entertain millions of households up and down the country.
He is currently presenting Top Gear for the channel as well as being part of the presenting line up for both Sport Relief and Comic Relief. Helping the players will be our panel of celebrity experts, who are joined each week by a different singing superstar. If the players have picked a good singer then they will take the prize… but if a bad singer is revealed, the imposter will pocket the cash. Sign in Join. Sign in.
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It’s only been three weeks since this year’s Love Island finale yes, really but luckily the TV gods are back with a juicy new dating show to give us our daily dose of drama. BBC Three’s Heartbreak Holiday , which landed on iPlayer this week, follows ten singletons as they embark on the ‘summer a lifetime’ hopping between villas on the Greek islands. But there’s a twist: they’ve all very recently had their hearts broken.
Contestants will get to peruse their potential suitors’ homes before they meet them on this new BBC show Image: Thank you for subscribing See our privacy.
By Jake Kanter. With the UK emerging from lockdown and social distancing rules being relaxed, finding love is back on the agenda —and the two new formats offer new ways into the dating genre. Both are already casting for singletons. Three amateur cooks will be delivered a box of ingredients, from which they must create a three-course meal to impress a singleton. The singleton will taste the food and chose one of three cooks to date.
Hat Trick Productions-produced Dinner Dates features a participant choosing three menus and blind-dating the three amateur cooks behind the meals. Meanwhile, Bandicoot is developing a BBC show that will help people find love through their passion for gaming. The BBC is currently open-minded about which channel it will land on if it goes to series, though BBC Three seems a likely destination. Argonon-backed Bandicoot hopes the format has international potential. It is currently preparing to go into production on a second season for ITV.
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Glasgow and Motherwell women ditch the make-up for new BBC dating show Pretty Single
BBC Three are looking for nosy singletons to take part in an exciting new dating show, which sounds a little like Through The Keyhole meets Blind Date. Each episode begins with Yung Filly showing one singleton a possession owned by five potential dates, helping them to build a first impression of each person and whittle the options down to three. With the host acting as their trusted wingman, contestants will go through the keyhole, into the drawers and under the bed to discover as much as they can about each potential date by looking at how they live.
They will ultimately choose two to keep in the running. Once the snooping is over, there are bound to be as many questions as there are answers, and to help with the final decision there will be an opportunity to meet the person closest to each of the remaining love rivals.
The BBC is reportedly planning a new dating show to replace ‘Love Island’. Laura Whitmore. The ITV2 favourite won’t be returning this year.
Dinner Date puts love on the menu for single guys and girls. Each programme gives one lucky person the chance to find true love over three meals cooked by a blind date in their own home. Chris Taylor chooses three blind dates from five potential menus. Hollyoaks star Jorgie Porter is given five menus, each put together by a potential date. Love Island star Michael Griffiths is given five menus. Brandon is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date. Nadia is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date.
Josh is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date. Rebecca is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date. Marc is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date. Kathryn is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date. Luke is given five menus, each put together by a potential blind date.
Dundee beautician embraces being make-up free in new television dating show
Six women from Northern Ireland and Scotland are preparing to put their best face forward tonight in a new dating show with a difference. Each week, six girls from Northern Ireland and Scotland — Patricia, Mando, Ali, Sean, Michaela and Pamela — embrace a unique dating experience going on five dates with five different guys, completely make-up free.
The remaining women watch the dates unfold from the comfort of their sofa — providing supportive and humorous commentary throughout. First up is hairdresser, single-mum and self-confessed romantic, Patricia from Derry who admits she hides her true self behind make-up to boost her confidence. Each of the five suitors have been specially matched to Patricia but she can only take one to dinner and hopefully make a lasting love connection.
Six women from Northern Ireland and Scotland are preparing to put their best face forward tonight in a new dating show with a difference.
We chatted with two of the women taking part in the new BBC dating show Pretty Single, which sees six image-obsessed girls stripping away the make-up for their blind dates. When you think about a new dating show made up of 20 and somethings, you maybe don’t think friendship will be the main focus. The six-part show features six image-obsessed girls from Scotland and Northern Ireland looking for love stripping away the mask of make-up they hide behind.
Each girl goes on five dates with five different guys completely make-up free. The remaining women watch the dates unfold from the comfort of their sofa — providing supportive and humorous commentary throughout. Glasgow Live chatted with two of the contestants ahead of the first episode airing on Monday May 25 – Mando from Glasgow, and Pamela from Motherwell.
And the defining memory for both girls turned out not to be the dates, but the friendships they made with the other women taking part in the show. You go in there and there’s a bunch of girls you’ve never met and look like they’ve got it all together. But you realise that everybody is fighting their own insecurities.