Fake dating show

Matt Hicks, the 24-year-old environmental consultant who bears more than a passing resemblance to Prince Harry is given the task of persuading a group of US girls that they were vying to date the fun-loving royal in the new reality series I Wanna Marry Harry.

Hicks, who was brought up in Hertfordshire, went to Southampton University, graduating with a degree in geology and oceanography, eliminates ladies along the way and in the end he admits to his real identity.

The celebrity match-ups successfully stoked stories in U. tabloids and gossip magazines, and speculation that the relationships are fake.

Rapper, comedian, and actor Doc Brown narrates the series and gives the couples humorous challenges in each installment that result in a photo or video that the celebs then put out on social media.

The show's producers spotted him on a celebrity lookalike website and went on to dye his blond hair red, give him intensive training on royal family history and etiquette and put him in a manor house with guards and a facade of wealth.

That would be an exercise in madness, because it would be pretty much impossible to find lengths more absurd than the ones to which those shows already routinely go.

And to the reviewer kraegm, who was forced to watch the first season in a movie format instead of a TV series format: that's just weird.The series takes you inside the uber-exclusive and glamorous world of six "hot housewives" in Central Florida's sexiest city, Orlando.The show follows the ladies as they fight over pretty ... Terrorism hasn't, and neither will the NTSF: SD: SUV.British broadcaster ITV is looking to build on the summer success of surf-and-sex show “Love Island” with “Celebrity Showmance”, in which pairs of celebrities use social media to try to fool the public into believing they are an item.The show features six celebrities who form three unlikely couples and then set out to get as much attention as possible from unwitting members of the public on Twitter, Instagram, and other social media. is making “Celebrity Showmance,” which was created by its creative director David Williams, and ITV will launch the show in a primetime slot on its ITV2 channel next month.

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