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The programme first aired in June 2013 and follows a simple premise: two people go on a blind date to a restaurant and at the end of their meal must sit together and give a debrief of how they think the date went, before revealing if they’d like to see the other person again.
Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.I’m a single girl living in London, dating can be repetitive, boring and let’s face it…we don’t pick our dates very well. When you leave the luxury house and go back to normality (and no job), that’s when couples start to fall apart. I could say “like naked people” but that’s a bit much. All your potential dates revealing themselves in their full glory. Sending couples on bling dates, match making events and speed dating. I constantly see fit guys in the street but could never go up to them and ask them on a date. In a modern world with people glued to their phones, this is the perfect job for loud and witty Scarlett. I would but that’s just because I can’t cook myself.Finding the perfect match for yourself is becoming more and more difficult. However, Cara and Nathan who won series 2 are still together and have a little baby now to complete the family. It’s lovely to see that there’s not just someone out there for everyone but there’s a show out their for everyone too. I would find this hard because you have to judge the potential dates of the menus they are going to serve you.At the show's peak, viewing figures reached 2.2 million, but under a million people tuned in to Episode One, Series Seven last week, suggesting that things might have become a little too predictable.As much as I love seeing the peaks and pitfalls of strangers’ romantic endeavours, after more than 50 episodes, I may have seen enough.