Channel 4's award-winning dating programme First Dates will return for another series, which will include four celebrity specials.
The hit show was first aired in June 2013 and has just finished screening its sixth series. The reality programme sees applicants go on blind dates at Paternoster Chop House in central London and couples are then interviewed afterwards to see what they think of each other.
First Dates' Executive Producer, Twenty Twenty's Nicola Lloyd, said: "We're hugely excited about the new series of Celebrity First Dates. It never seems to matter who walks through the doors of the First Dates Restaurant, regardless of status we're all vulnerable human beings and our celebrity series confirms this.
"We're proud to be able to maintain the emotional integrity of the series through these four unique celebrity episodes. Be prepared for some romantic matches alongside a few awkward encounters."
The new series will have 24 hour-long regular episodes and four episodes featuring celebrities including journalist Esther Rantzen and Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt .
A previous celebrity special saw Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing, as well as TV presenter Anthea Turner and X Factor star Alexandra Burke matched with members of the public.
First Dates Abroad premiered this week, with the show going to Australia in its first incarnation overseas.