Get loved up with Celebs Go Dating

Get loved up with Celebs Go Dating

As the E4 Celebrity Dating Agency reopens its doors, find out who your famous hot date should be

Celebs – they’re just like everyone else! Especially when it comes to the tricky world of dating. So E4 is back to play matchmaker to some unlucky-in-love famous faces…

Celebs Go Dating, Sunday 14 October, 9pm, E4/HD (CH 106/145). Also available for 7 days in Catch Up > Channels > All 4

Modern dating can be really difficult. If you’ve tired out Tinder, maxed out Match.com and exhausted eHarmony, plus you have to spend your free time avoiding the general public for fear of being mobbed, what do you do?

 

You turn to the Celebrity Dating Agency on E4, that’s what. Because lovelorn celebs need help with dating in 2018 just as much as anyone. And on Celebs Go Dating, what helping hands they get, from the show’s new dating expert Paul Carrick Brunson and everyone’s favourite fabulous receptionist Tom Read Wilson!

 

The pair work with our famous faces – including former Sugababe Mutya Buena, Diversity dancer Sam Craske, Ibiza Weekender’s Callum Izzard and Gogglebox’s Amy Tapper –  to figure out just what they’re lacking in the love department and who they should be dating because of it. There are mixers, mix-ups and enough awkward moments to fill a whole season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. And with a cast of celebs who’ve had memorable moments in TOWIE, Made In Chelsea, Love Island and more, things will undoubtedly get steamy before they get serious.

 

Before it all kicks off, though, we want to set you up with someone from the show! So take our quiz below to see which celeb from this year’s batch is your ideal match…

 

Who’s your perfect celeb date?

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