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According to The Sun, Joey is set to return to the show alongside Kim Kardashian’s bezzie mate Jonathan Cheban, Diversity’s Perri Kiely and former Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton.
Jonathan, 42, previously appeared in Celebrity Big Brother and reportedly demanded a six figure deal for his appearance on Celebs Go Dating, having split from his girlfriend of three years Anat Popovsky back in August.
We’ll just hope Joey is reunited with that girl who burped in his face on a first date. It’s certainly a starrier line-up than last year’s edition, which featured Charlotte Crosby, Tyger Drew Honey and Tattoo Fixer’s Paisley Billings.
The show is set to return to E4 in 2017, with Channel 4 confirming last month two series are currently in the pipeline.
Perri, 21, probably won’t have too tough a time on the reality dating scene, having recently shown off his ripped abs on Instagram.
Former Pussycat Doll Melody, 32, however has reportedly been roped in by producers as they believe she’ll draw in audiences with her ‘looks and charm’.
That’s the feeling that rises up in my throat whenever anyone asks me the totally non-condescending question of why I’m still single, which I’ve answered so many times in so many tones (“Just haven't met the right guy, I guess! There was the guy who kept taking calls from a number he’d labeled “Happy Happy Fun Time,” which turned out to be his drug dealer.
"The League combines data and social graphs from both Facebook and Linked In to offer separation between your work and personal life and much more context about a potential match…[which] allows young professionals to more easily connect on a less superficial level."The app has roughly 80,000 registered users.Recently, wrote, “There are 49 percent more college-educated women in DC, age 24 and younger, than college-educated men.Americans typically marry within their same educational level, so it’s no wonder dating can be downright awful for women.” To the chagrin of women like me who don’t give a lick about degrees (and even prefer so-called “blue collar” men), the expert concluded, “The long term solution is to get more men to attend college.We’ve rounded up some of the latest and emerging apps on the market, many of which want to put the power in female user's hands and make the dating experience a little more like it could be IRL.Related: 5 Things Entrepreneurs Can Learn from Online Dating Recently launched in San Francisco, The League is positioning itself as the option for high-achieving folks who are looking for the other half of a potential power couple – the tag line is "Date intelligently." The company was founded by a Stanford grad named Amanda Bradford who worked for Google, Sequoia Capital and Evernote before moving into the love game.
“I haven’t had a manicure for three years, but I’m down to a healthy size 12 from a 16, I book yoga into my schedule three times a week and I see my dad twice a month instead of a few times a year, at best,” she says.