Viewers will also get the chance to give the gang feedback about their moves and chatup lines and rate them.And if fans think they are a better match for the lads and lasses than their TV dates, they can put themselves forward as potential suitors.
’, because it’s fascinating.“If we can actually show a genuine meeting of two people who go on to be together beyond that, I think that’s definitely worth watching.”The show, which has been made by Towie creators Lime Pictures and Channel 4, will air on E4 next month.
The premise is quite simple - two sexy strangers are thrown onto a barren sound stage, and they make out without introduction, loudly and awkwardly for..long.
If the smoochin' was right, the pair goes on a speed date, and if that speed date goes well, they fall in love and get married and have babies.
Enjoy the gift/take the punishment of this clip from the show, where 31-year-old MMA fighter and quote machine Shondo hooks up with flame-haired 29-year old Amanda.
In the lead-up to the kiss, Shondo describes himself as "a hunter" *hawk foley*.
"I like to pick out a gazelle, and I like to track her down.