Classic TV show Blind Date is looking for Bristol singlesPosted on: 10 Mar 2017
Applications are now being taken to appear on the new series of the returning TV institution, which had viewers glued to their screens every Saturday night in the ‘90s. Find out how to take part below.
Blind Date, the entertaining dating show, spent a decade both coupling singletons and captivating its fans after its first airing in 1991 - and now it is back to play Cupid once more as a new series is to return on Channel 5.
On each show, three men or women were quizzed by a member of the opposite sex who couldn’t see them, before choosing one of the three, based entirely on their answers, to take on a date.
The presenter of this new series is yet to be announced, but face a tough act to follow in the form of the late Cilla Black, who passed away in 2015 having presented the show in its entirety.
To apply to take part in the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org before March 12th. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
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