The show had a format similar to the show known in Australia as Perfect Match or in the US as The Dating Game.Three singles of the same sex were introduced to the audience.But while in the original series contestants were separated by a screen, this time the three suitors will 'hide' behind a computer-generated alter ego.They will be set tasks and have to answer questions from the person picking, but in a twist, there will be no guarantees that the animations will accurately reflect how the person they represent looks.It's unclear whether the format would remain the same, but according to The Sun, names on the table to present include I'm A Celeb star Vicky Pattison, pop star Olly Murs, soap actress Georgia May Foote and Corrie star Helen Flanagan.Here at Radio we have another suggestion: back in 2015, Big Brother's Emma Willis told us she wanted to resurrect Blind Date, adding: "I’d love to present it!She appeared as a judge on ITV reality series Soapstar Superstar and also guest hosted The Friday Night Project with Alan Carr and Justin Lee Collins.but it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black, who already hosted the LWT series, Surprise Surprise.
Comedy pop musical following four 90s girls embarking on a wild night of speed dating, meeting Mr Wrongs and Mr Rights along the way. " From surgeons to students, couples to kink; guys that love it and lost guys longing to be loved. 'Alan, We Think You Should Get A Dog' is a tough yet tender devised show exploring the question since we are destined for age are we all destined for loneliness? Edinburgh Fringe Festival Paul Baumer is a butterfly collector - a dreamer abruptly cast into one of the greatest nightmares in history.
Viewers at home and in the studio audience will be able to see both the animation and the real life contestant.
Miss Black said: 'Loveland captivated me with its modern day twist on the dating format, bringing something new and exciting to the genre.'She has already filmed a pilot for the ten-part series scheduled for broadcast on Sky One next year.
Cilla may sadly no longer be with us, but we're still excited about the news of her classic show's surprise return to Channel 5, and we couldn't help but remember its many hilarious and awkward (or hilariously awkward) moments of old.
If the new version can capture just a smidge of this kind of TV gold, we're on for a winner.