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Couples across the country have waited on the edge of their seats for big wedding ceremonies to return to normal after 21st June. In an effort to make tying the knot even more memorable, the BBC are scouting for couples for a brand-new series.
Producers are looking for couples who are planning to get married between August and October this year. The unnamed series will pair couples paired with "incredible wedding planners" to create "show-stopping events" for couples across the UK.
According to the government's lockdown roadmap, big weddings - with no cap on guest lists - should be allowed to go ahead from 21st June, with confirmation expected in the coming weeks. This means couples taking part in the show should be able to craft their big day without any restrictions by the time production on the show begins.
A Downing Street spokesperson spoke to Tyla last week regarding when future brides and grooms can expect to hear more news about weddings. They said: "The decision on whether to proceed to Step 4 will be taken a week in advance of 21 June, so on 14 June.
"It is too soon to commit to a date for an announcement at this stage as we are still monitoring the latest data, including emerging data on the variant first identified in India. We will endeavour to provide definitive information as early as possible."
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In other TV news, Channel 5 is looking for people to take part in a brand new series of The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door. If you're looking to spill all the details about their inconsiderate neighbours, this could be the perfect show.
Each episode of The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door focuses on four people or groups of people who live in close proximity from across the UK who open up about their neighbourly disputes which may range from disputes about fences to fistfights.
You can find more information on how to take part here.
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