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Lady Leshurr, Clara Amfo and Johannes Radebe among guest judges for I Like The Way U Move

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The dating series will be hosted by Jamie Laing, and world-famous choreographer Kaelynn ‘KK’ Harris will act as the resident dance expert and judge. 

Single professional dancers and rookie non-dancers will compete to try and find the partner who will be in sync with them, both on the dance floor and off. 

Each week a guest judge will help KK decide which couple has the best routine. 

Zara McDermott to present new dating series Love In The Flesh

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Presented by Zara McDermott, the eight-part series will follow real life potential couples who have already matched through dating apps or social media but are yet to meet face to face.

The potential couples are taken away from their screens and the pressures of daily life to see if they can find love in the flesh.

Some of the couples have been talking for weeks, some years, but they have only interacted through apps, stories and DMs.

Personal reasons and factors such as location have prevented these wannabe couples from meeting in person.

Katherine Ryan set to host new dating show Ready to Mingle

Katherine Ryan (Credit: ITV)

The dating show will see a single woman look for her perfect partner out of 12 suitors, who will be competing for her affection and the opportunity to win a big cash prize. 

However, not everything is as it seems, as some of the boys are not actually single and are being helped by their partners in order to win the cash prize.

Jamie Laing and Kaelynn ‘KK’ Harris to front new dating series I Like The Way You Move

The eight-part series will give contestants the chance to find love through dance, as professional dancers and non-dancers compete to find the perfect match that will sweep them off their feet, both on and off the dance floor. 

There will be a series of fun challenges to test the budding connections, combining dance, dating and drama in order to find true love, including breath-taking routines and shocking eliminations.

Each episode will see Laing and Harris joined by a guest judge to determine which couples have the most chemistry and deserve to stay in the competition. 

Meet the famous faces of Celebs Go Virtual Dating

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Finding love can be hard at the best of times but finding love in the middle of a pandemic feels almost impossible, which is why celebrities Chloe Ferry, Pete Wicks, Levi Davis and Shaughna Phillips have turned to the Celebs Go Dating agents for professional help.

Dating agents Paul C Brunson and Anna Williamson will return, joined by their junior client coordinator Tom Read Wilson, ready to navigate the challenges of vetting love matches online and arranging exciting remote and socially distanced dates.

The best dating shows to binge-watch this week

Clockwise from top left: Love Island, Love Is Blind, Hot Property (Credit: ITV, Netflix, BBC)

With everyone unable to leave the house to meet up with their latest dating app match, the only option is to live vicariously through others or brave a first date over FaceTime.

Here are some of the best dating shows to keep you company while social distancing.

 

Love Is Blind – Netflix

The social dating experiment, Love Is Blind, was a Netflix sensation and has already been renewed for two more series following its success.

Dating show Eating With My Ex will return for a third series

Sam Bird with his ex (Credit: BBC)

The series sees ex-couples come together over a make or break meal to answer some awkward questions about their relationship in a bid to find out where it all went wrong.

The new ten-part series, made by Thames (part of Fremantle), will also feature four celebrity specials, where famous faces will reunite with their exes.

At the end of the meal, the exes will decide if they want to give things another go, or part ways for good.