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Celebs Go Dating is a British reality television dating program. The first series had 15 episodes and was shown at 10 pm on weekdays on E4.
In November 2016, it was confirmed that Celebs Go Dating had been renewed for two more series, with the second airing in spring of 2017 and the third airing in late 2017.
The audience are with the celebrities every step of the way as cameras capture each romantic and cringe-filled moment, every first kiss and bad chat-up line.
Li-Lo is really into this 22 year old Russian businessman / heir to a large fortune, captioning several recent Insta posts 'I love him'.
Okay, so this one is firmly in the 'maybe/probably not but we'll mention it because it's a persistent rumour' category: The latest installment in this pair's 'romance' involves Leo kissing Riri on the check in a nightclub.
We should add Cara Delevingne was also there and the pair left separately.
It was announced that E4 had made a new reality dating show which see celebrities go on number of dates with members of the public to see if they can find love.
The series stars Eden Blackman and Nadia Essex as the dating experts, also starting in the show is Tom Read Wilson who was on The X Factor but is the shows receptionist who gets along well with all the celebrity clients.
It was announced after the first series ended that E4 had ordered two more series of the show to air in 2017.
It was announced in March 2016 that E4 had commissioned a new reality dating show which see celebrities go on dating with members of the public.
Filming for the first series started in August 2016, with the show airing later that month. The first series was made up of 15 episodes airing every weekday.
The series to air in August 2016, it was announced a few months after the ending of the first series that E4 have renewed the show for two more series that would both air in 2017.