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Celebs Go Dating

by Marianna Manson |

The line-up for the autumn 2021 series of Celebs Go Dating has been revealed as the first official trailer dropped earlier today.

Paul Carrick Brunson and Anna Williamson, along with effervescent receptionist Tom Read Wilson, will be returning to their London agency to set up a batch of single celebrities with us the willing public.

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After a virtual series (which – sorry guys – wasn’t exactly up to the usual rofl-fest standards) and one Love Island-style CGD retreat, fans will be thrilled to know that the show is resuming its residence in one of London’s most elite postcodes, with the agency itself having undergone a major image overhaul; interiors #goals stans, you’re in for a treat.

Here’s everyone that’s signed up so far (not forgetting the usual two bombshells, who’ll likely be introduced later).

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Despite her complicated love life as of late (she's been linked to co-stars James Lock, Gatsby and Love Island's turned Essex star Jack Fincham) TOWIE's Chloe Brockett is hoping the agents will be able to set her up with someone special this series.

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Much like his Essex counterpart, Miles Nazaire has been at the centre of most of Made in Chelsea's love drama recently as he led both Ruby Adler and Maeva D'Ascanio's relationships astray - but that hasn't stopped him signing up for more.

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In news that will surprise absolutely no one, MAFS UK's most controversial contestant has made the move into reality TV following her shocking (and short-lived) stint on the show. Let's hope she can behave herself a bit better on her dates than she did at the MAFS dinner parties.

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Once one fifth of the biggest boyband of the 90s (that's 5ive, obv) Abz is signing up to the agency after attempting to relaunch his pop career with Boyz on the Block last year, comprised of other fledgling former pop stars, and a stint on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013, where he came runner up. In 2015 he was spotted flogging his BRIT Award on eBay to fund a home gardening project.

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Three years after her divorce from ad exec Brian Monet was finalised, Ulrika is hoping to find hubby number four through the agency. She famously revealed she hadn't had sex in eight years in 2019, so hopefully Paul and Anna can help her get some nookie.

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Ah yes, it's this guy. You may remember Mark-Ryan from The Apprentice in 2019 - but then again, you probably don't. He's now known as a political commentator and columnist for The Daily Star, but is evidently hoping to make the move to reality TV personality.

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She infamously found fame on MAFS Australia but it looks like Jessika Power is set to become a hit on UK reality TV too.

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He's not the first and we doubt he'll be the last Geordie Shore star to feature on Celebs Go Dating. Here's hoping Marty McKenna will have better luck than Chloe Ferry, Charlotte Crosby and Nathan Genry.

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Speaking of signing up for the first time, TOWIE’s Chloe Brockett said, “I can’t believe I am actually joining the Celebs Go Dating agency, I'm so excited. I would like someone who I can make lovely memories with. I can’t wait to work with Anna and Paul and see what advice they give me; they are so wise!”

And Miles Nazaire, who’s recently been causing absolute havoc in Chelsea thanks to his proclivity for getting in the middle of other peoples’ relationships, said, “I’m nervous but excited. I’m going to really enjoy the experience, as I’ve never had anyone have control of my dating. I’m excited to see what happens when someone else decides who I date.”

During the February series this year, producers took a Covid-friendly approach to the show when they rented out “the most expensive mansion in the UK” for celebrities and civilians to mingle, mix and date in.

Despite the limited success of the matchmakers, one unlikely couple that did go on to have a relationship outside of the show was Made in Chelsea Queen Bee Sophie Hermann and DJ Tom Zanetti.

The couple split months later, citing their clashing schedules as the reason, and Tom went on to be linked to Love Island’s Arabella Chi.

Speaking exclusively to Closer online last year, dating coach Anna Williamson insisted that couples from the show did in fact work out – we just didn’t always see it.

“The celebs are really busy and have really busy lives difficult for non celebs to keep up with,” she said. “I’m not saying it’s a hard life, but it is a busy one, and it can be very difficult where there’s distance involved and busy work commitments.

“A lot of them do work out though, I promise you.”

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