Channel 4 dating show

16 Oct

The show sees a clothed man or woman selects two contestants from six naked men or women whose bodies and then faces are revealed in stages from the feet up.

The casting team will be holding auditions in the area on March 2, 3 and 4, as well as in London on March 9, 10 and 11.

Chris Mc Carthy, president of MTV, VH1 and Logo said they currently have “no plans” for season four of the dating reality show, but are open to future reboots.

The daring dating show, presented by Anna Richardson, is set to return and producers are looking for singletons to apply.

The controversial TV show is presented by sociologist and broadcaster, Emma Dabiri, and looks at racism in Britain through the lens of dating.

They bring in a volunteer group of young British single people to take part in a series of experiments to study people’s habits and decision-making in the modern world of online dating.

Head of formats at Channel 4, Dom Bird, said: “As one of the stand-out stars of Gogglebox, our audience has grown to love Scarlett over the last few years.

“She has already been a superb addition to the new series of E4’s Virtually Famous and we are delighted to be keeping her in the Channel 4 family with both the Alan Carr entertainment pilot and an exciting new series of Streetmate.” The show is currently calling for applicants to be part of the show, however it is not yet clear when the new series will be airing. Originally from Surrey, she has studied Communication and Media at Bournemouth University and The University of Central Florida.