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Celebs Go Dating 2022 full line up revealed with Married At First Sight’s Nikita Jasmine and pop star Abz Love

CELEBS Go Dating’s full line-up can be revealed, with Married At First Sight star Nikita Jasmine leading the line-up.

The reality star, 27, caused waves on the first ever UK series of MAFS and is now preparing to cause fireworks on the hit E4 dating show.


The female stars joining Nikita on Celebs Go Dating are telly host Ulrika Jonsson, 54, and Towie star Chloe Brockett, 20.

Alongside them Five pop star Abz Love, 42, has signed up for the series, along with Made In Chelsea’s Miles Nazaire, 25, and Apprentice 2019 Ryan Mark Parsons, 21.

The six stars have started filming for the upcoming series of Celebs Go Dating, which will next year.

A source said: “This year’s mix of stars is probably the most eclectic yet – and it’ll make for great TV.

“Nikitta is a real firecracker and sparks will fly when she heads into the agency. Ulrika is the oldest of the lot and will be hoping to find the man of her dreams once and for all.

“Chloe is also known for speaking her mind so she certainly won’t be holding back.

“As for the lads, they’re more of a gentle bunch. Abz has a reputation for being a bit of a ladies man but he’s actually a real gent and Celebs Go Dating will show that side of him.

“Niles and Ryan are also truly lovely guys but have struggled to find meaningful relationships. They’re hoping the agency can change all of that.”

Last year E4 bosses moved the celebs into a mansion to adhere to coronavirus protocol.

But for this series they’ve gone back to their roots, with the stars going back into the agency to get face-to-face advice about finding love.

The six stars will also be whisking their final chosen date off on a luxury holiday where they’ll be able to find out if they really have found “the one”.





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