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Ready To Mingle: People Can't Believe Women Let Their Boyfriends On New ITV Dating Show

Gregory Robinson

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Ready To Mingle: People Can't Believe Women Let Their Boyfriends On New ITV Dating Show

Featured Image Credit: ITV 2

Now that Love Island 2021 has officially come to an end following the reunion on Sunday, dating show fans have flocked to ITV 2's newest offering: Ready to Mingle.

Lots of viewers have been left confused by the show's concept after tuning in for the first episode which aired on Monday night.

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Katherine Ryan hosts the series, which follows a single girl in search for her perfect partner out of 12 male suitors to win a cash prize.

But there's a juicy twist - not all of the men are single. In fact, some of them are being guided by their own partners to try and win the hefty prize money.

And people can't believe girlfriends have actually let their boyfriends go on a dating show to sweep another woman off her feet in the hopes of winning £50,000.

Sophia Dusauzay, 24, has to get to know the boys by doing activities, playing games and going on romantic dates. She must eliminate each man until there is just one left - but can she work out who is single and who isn't?!

Some of the boys will be guided by their real-life partners to graft them into a dream boyfriend and if Sophia picks a boy who is in a relationship, he gets to split the prize money with his partner and she'll end up with nothing. Brutal!

Sophia has to find out which boys are really single in order to win the cash prize (Credit: ITV)
Sophia has to find out which boys are really single in order to win the cash prize (Credit: ITV)

One woman tweeted: "This show is so weird like why would you be okay with your boyfriend going on a dating show and flirting with someone else even if it's just for money? #readytomingle".

While a second woman shared: "I just wanna know who is sending their man on to this show though lol. #readytomingle.

And a third shared: "I don’t get this show? Why would anyone want their other half to flirt with someone else? Money or not your feelings are just gonna get hurt #ReadyToMingle."


(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)
(Credit: Twitter)

One viewer quipped: "#readytomingle is too triggering. I cannot watch more men lie, it's too easy for them."

Ready to Mingle airs weeknights at 9pm on ITV 2 and ITV Hub.

Topics: TV And Film, ITV

Gregory Robinson
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