Celebs Go Virtual Dating line-up revealed and it’s a blinder

Including famous faces from Love Island, TOWIE and Geordie Shore

Celebs Go Dating's Anna Williamson and Paul Carrick Brunson

by Nathan Katnoria |

After much speculation, the line-up for Celebs Go Virtual Dating – the socially distanced new series of Celebs Go Dating – has finally been confirmed and it features some of our fave famous faces.

Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry, who was spotted on one of her dates last week, is one of four celebs looking for love.

She’ll be joined by Love Island’s Shaughna Phillips (congrats, hun), rugby player and The X Factor: Celebrity star Levi Davis and TOWIE’s Pete Wicks, who returns to the agency for a second time.

The celebs will be guided by expert dating agents Paul Carrick Brunson and Anna Williamson as well as their junior client coordinator Tom Read Wilson, who will all be returning to the show.

The show has undergone some changes though, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, so instead of meeting their matches at mixers and going on intimate dates, Chloe, Shaughna, Levi and Pete will either be set up on remote dates from home or head outside for a socially distanced date.

CHECK OUT the Celebs Go Virtual Dating line-up

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Celebs Go Virtual Dating line-up

Shaughna Phillips Celebs Go Virtual Dating
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She didn't manage to find love in the Love Island villa after getting mugged off by Callum Jones but will Shaughna have more luck at the Celebrity Dating Agency? Let's hope so...

Chloe Ferry Celebs Go Virtual Dating
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Chloe joins the agency after her split from Geordie Shore co-star Sam Gowland.

Pete Wicks Celebs Go Virtual Dating
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TOWIE star Pete is hoping it will be second time lucky as he returns to the agency to look for love once again.

Levi Davis Celebs Go Virtual Dating
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Rugby player and The X Factor: Celebrity star is hoping dating experts Paul and Anna will be able to help him find The One.

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Speaking about joining the dating agency, Chloe said, “I am absolutely buzzing to join the agency! So many of my friends have been through the Celebs Go Dating process and absolutely loved it. I can’t wait to see what advice the agents can give me, and if they can help me find me a worldie.”

“I’m so excited to join the Celebs Go Virtual Dating agency, I’m feeling hopeful that the experience won’t be as bad as my previous dating fails! I’m really looking forward to learning more about myself, and hopefully becoming a pro-dater. I just can’t wait to see who the agents set me up with, hopefully they might open my eyes to more guys who might tickle my fancy!”, added Shaughna.

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Explaining how the new series will be different, dating expert Paul Carrick Brunson said, “This series will be an exciting experiment to see how our celebs deal with dating as well as the added restrictions they wouldn’t normally have to navigate.”

Anna Williamson added, “I’m so excited to get the agency back up and running. We are really intrigued to see what dating looks like during this time, and looking forward to seeing how our date-ees handle dating in lockdown.”

Celebs Go Virtual Dating starts on E4 on Monday 27th July and will run for five episodes.

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