How To Be On The Next Season Of ‘First Dates’ and ‘First Dates Hotel’
Producers are on the hunt for the next batch of singletons to appear on Channel 4 reality shows First Dates and First Dates Hotel - and you can apply right now.
TV bosses said in a statement: "Our award winning Channel 4 dating series, First Dates and First Dates Hotel, are looking for singletons searching for love.
"Each episode will feature a number of intimate first dates. In-depth interviews will help the viewers get to know the daters. Discreet cameras will record the date from start to finish - from first impressions, through all the awkward, heart-warming and funny moments, to the end of the date and the discussion about whether or not a second date is on the cards.
"If you're looking for love, apply now by completing and submitting the following application form.
To qualify for the shows, you must be 18 or over and you'll have to provide some info about yourself, including your occupation, your body type, your height (which, strangely, must be between 3'11" and 6'6"), your sexual orientation, your marital status and whether or not you have kids.
Applicants will also have to upload a photo and short video of themselves along with a personal description and an outline of their ideal partner.
Finally, you'll need to provide links to your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube accounts (if you have them).
This comes just a few weeks after First Dates waitress, Cici Coleman, revealed she's finally found love with her photographer boyfriend.
The 32-year-old, who's spoken many times on the show about wanting to find love for herself, gushed over her new partner on Instagram.
Cici uploaded the loved-up snap of she and her boyfriend cuddled up to each other in a field on Boxing Day, telling fans: "Christmas day no.2 with this one."
She added: "Didn't think it was possible to find someone on the same level of cray-cray as me. He definitely proved me wrong."
Click here to apply to take part in First Dates or First Dates Hotel.
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