Australian TV viewers can't seem to get enough of watching unlucky-in-love singletons trying their best to find The One. So it's no surprise Channel Seven is make the most of the appetite for romance. Move over, Married At First Sight! The series was a massive success overseas, and was the number one rated show in the 16 to year-old demographic in the UK.
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ITV has confirmed that the popular reality dating show, Take Me Out , has been cancelled after ten years on the air. Hosted by Paddy McGuinness , the TV series saw a group of singletons keep their light switched on if they were attracted to a certain bachelor, and the show went through stages of revealing more about Mr Right's personality, habits and hobbies. If several women kept their lights on, the contestant would then choose his favourite girl to join him on a holiday. Of course, the series coined Paddy's popular catchphrase: "No likey, no lighty! So for the last time: 'Lights out, all out.
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Looks like the world's most eligible bachelor, Prince Harry is ready to find love on TV — and no, it's not The Bachelor or Bachelorette. The show's host Paddy McGuinness revealed on BBC Radio One that Harry approached him on a night out and asked him if he could take part in the show that involves a man trying to secure a date with one of thirty female contestants. Paddy told the radio show, "We're having something to drink in the evening and who do I bump into? Prince Harry. The comedian continued, "[Harry] walks in the room [and] he comes straight up to me and he goes, 'I want to be on your show — I want to go to Fernando's'.
If you're in the dating game but you've never heard of Take Me Out , then it's time to make a cup of tea, sit down, and watch — which you can for free on 9Now. This dating show sees 30 single ladies take their place behind a podium as eligible bachelors walk through to find their perfect date. All of the women start with their podium light on, signifying they're keen on a date with the man before them. But as they find out more about him they're given the opportunity switch off their light.