Upon returning they live together for a month, whereafter they choose whether they will continue their relationship.
The series premiered at pm on on the Nine Network.
However, unlike other versions of the show around the world, the couples do not partake in a legally binding marriage, due to legal restrictions, but instead meet as strangers at the altar of a commitment ceremony.
The format deal is another sign of the formats company and broadcaster working more closely.
The new UK version of the dating format will be made by another company ITV has acquired, Twofour.
The format sees singletons go on a series of dates in the pitch black.
They select what they think is the best match before the lights are switched on. He said: “How will a new generation of young viewers and daters react to this classic looks vs personality dilemma?
For an Instagram generation, the question is perhaps more interesting than ever, and we’re really excited to be bringing to ITV2.” Cat Lawson, head of entertainment at Twofour and series executive producer said: “The format is truly brilliant.
It questions the perceptions and judgments we all make in our quest for finding love.