Celebs Go Dating
The cast for the upcoming season of Celebs Go Dating has been revealed.
Curtis Pritchard, Chloe Ferry and loads more have joined the agency.
The show helps single celebrities find their perfect match.
They go on dates with different people until they find someone they connect with.
Dating experts Paul Carrick Brunson and Anna Williamson help them along the way.
Here are the celebs taking part in the new series:
Curtis is best known for his appearance on the 2019 series of Love Island.
He said he's joined the agency because he's a, "hopeless dater."
"I've never really done dating or anything so this is a time to experience dating."
Chloe is most well-known for appearing on Geordie Shore.
Chloe said she's joining the agency because she's, "single as f**k."
She added that 2020 has been an awful year for her so she's looking forward to the show.
Tom is a DJ best known for his hit You Want Me featuring Sadie Ama.
The artist insists he always looks after the girls he gets with.
"I've had planes fly over girls houses before with their name on the back of it."
You might recognise Sophie from starring in Made In Chelsea.
In her show interview, Sophie said she's, "very picky," and she has no filter, which often gets her, "into trouble."
She hopes the agency will help her find, "love... sweet, sweet love."
Wayne is quite the entrepreneur - he owns a host of beach clubs, restaurants and nightclubs.
"I have four children - three different mothers."
"Been married twice, divorced twice. Been engaged twice and broke up twice."
Karim is a kids presenter and he was a runner-up on Strictly Come Dancing.
He explained he's single because he hasn't met his match yet.
Karim promises, "to bring fun, romance, chivalry, and a whole lot of swag."
Kimberly is best known for playing Nicky Wheatley in Coronation Street.
She said she's joining the agency because she's 33, lives with her mother and needs help.
Meet the new celebs below:
The new season of Celebs Go Dating will be set in a mansion.
A release date hasn't been announced.