Celebrity look alike dating show
Andrey Andreev, chief executive of Badoo, said the app, which was launched in 2006 and claims to have 350 million users worldwide, wanted a new way to make better connections.
of contestants looking for love, including many a celebrity, with the likes of Esther Rantzen, Jessica Wright, Richard Blackwood and Scarlett Moffatt all putting themselves out there.
But we've also had plenty of people who reckoned they When a guy appeared on the show comparing himself to One Direction's curliest-haired member, viewers were having none of it and ripped him to shreds.
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With social media influencing everything from plastic surgery to the appearance of our homes, it makes sense that people’s choice of partner would be next.
When a lady called Lauren appeared on the show, she asked producers to match her up with a Mark Wright lookalike and they delivered Essex bloke Dan.
He turned out to be Mark WRONG, because he sat down and immediately ordered a pint of Peroni and two Jäger Bombs, all for himself.
"If I had a pound for every time someone said I looked like Harry Styles, I'd be a wealthy kinda guy," said 23-year-old Ashley from Huddersfield, while tweeters compared him more to Disney's Tarzan, Jacob from, The Predator, Michael Bolton and a 40-year-old.
The girl he was dating must have been into Michael Bolton-looking 40-year-olds, because she agreed to go out with him again.
The pair discussed their love of superheroes, and Martin told his date how he'd love to be Superman. Superman, meanwhile, was somewhere feeling quite unthreatened. Not a balloon salesman, but a World War II veteran, Richard had been widowed – just like old Carl – and was looking for love.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating