Together, the Marys take on the challenge of helping single men get back on the dating scene, boost their confidence and set them on the path to finding love. There will be four episodes in the coming weeks. As former Mary From Dungloe contestants, the women will be using their pageant poise and style to help four unlucky-in-love men. Along the way wardrobes are updated, hairstyles and scruffy beards are groomed and the Marys divulge the secrets of dating repartee. After a confidence booster, the men will be monitored on mock dates as the Marys aim to leave a lasting impression, imparting their wisdom about life as well as love in this light-hearted series. Entertainment News.
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BBC Three are looking for nosy singletons to take part in an exciting new dating show, which sounds a little like Through The Keyhole meets Blind Date. Each episode begins with Yung Filly showing one singleton a possession owned by five potential dates, helping them to build a first impression of each person and whittle the options down to three. With the host acting as their trusted wingman, contestants will go through the keyhole, into the drawers and under the bed to discover as much as they can about each potential date by looking at how they live. They will ultimately choose two to keep in the running. Once the snooping is over, there are bound to be as many questions as there are answers, and to help with the final decision there will be an opportunity to meet the person closest to each of the remaining love rivals. To apply for the show, email bbc3.
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From farmers to rural vets, the country contestants, isolated from the urban dating pool, will not only see if they can meet their match but also to introduce a potential partner to the true realities of life in the countryside. Sara will join the couples along their way as they negotiate getting to know each other, whilst the urban love seekers are grappling with wellies, the wild outdoors and woeful Wi-Fi. Sign up to the Hull Live newsletter for daily updates and breaking news Invalid Email Something went wrong, please try again later.