BBC Three has commissioned a second series of dating show Hot Property, with viral comedy star Yung Filly returning to host.
The series sees young singletons search for love by teaming up with Filly and snooping around the homes of three potential suitors, before choosing to go on a blind date with one of them.
Someone’s bedroom can reveal a lot about a person and the singletons will get to see if their potential dates have any skeletons hidden in their closet.
Singletons choose the top two bedrooms that give them the heart flutters and then get to meet one of their friends to find out more about them – and perhaps clarify some bedroom surprises – before choosing one person to go on a blind date with.
Series one saw eight singletons use their detective skills around the bedrooms of potential love interests. For some it was love at first sight, and others uncovered secrets no one wants to find, from sardines under the bed, to old love notes from an ex.
“I’m absolutely gassed for season two of Hot Property," said Filly.
"The first one allowed me to meet so many different people and also make so many friends.
“This time I’ll be back with even more vibes, more humour, more energy and more laughter… can’t wait!”
Fiona Campbell, controller at BBC Three, added: “With its simple format and the infectious Yung Filly as our host, Hot Property was hugely successful with bringing a young audience to BBC Three.”
You can watch the first series of Hot Property now on BBC iPlayer.