Have you always fancied taking part on Married At First Sight?! Could you meet your future spouse for the first time on your wedding day?!
If so, you're in luck! Channel 4 is recruiting brave new singles for a potential upcoming series of the show.
And the application process couldn't be easier - if you're aged 18 and over, all you need to do is email your name, age and contact number to [email protected]
For more info, you can visit the applications page.
If you've never watched the show, it's all about two total strangers who meet for the first time on their big day.
But you're not matched with just anyone. Before the wedding, a panel of experts are busy pairing up couples, using all kinds of techniques from science to quizzes and technology.
It's all about deciding which singles are best suited - and on hand is a psychologist, an evolutionary anthropologist and a psycho-sexual therapist to match the most compatible couples.
The experts also take family values and future ambitions in order to make the match as successful as possible.
From personality-based exams to interviews and a 'hair strand test' which looks for high levels of cortisol (the stress hormone), it's a pretty meticulous process.
Naturally, for some couples it's all too much, and they back out of the wedding before it goes ahead.
If you want to get a better idea of exactly what happens on the show, you'll be pleased to know the new series has recently started.
With the help of experts Paul C Brunson, Gen Gresset and Dr Angela Smith, the new instalment follows two couples meeting for the first time to tie the knot.
We won't give away any spoilers but there's Shareen and David - who are the oldest couple to be matched on the show. Shareen is 47 while David is 56.
Meanwhile, also featuring in the new series is 25-year-old primary school teacher Michelle and 31-year-old IT manager Owen Jenkins.
We can't wait to find out what happens with these two couples... You can catch up on the new series on All4 now.
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