Celebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson has revealed that the stars have a limit on how much alcohol they can drink while in the mansion.
The new series, titled Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion, begins tonight and will see the likes of Wayne Lineker, Curtis Pritchard and Chloe Ferry looking for love.
But, will they find it?
Since the coronavirus pandemic began last March, producers have had to adapt the concept of the programme and despite many obstacles, the show was able to go ahead.
In the summer they launched Celebs Go Virtual Dating which saw Love Island star Shaughna Phillips and Towie star Pete Wicks looking for their perfect match.
Bosses have now gone one step further by throwing all the celebs and their potential dates into a £30million mansion and, according to dating guru Anna, it caused a bit of chaos.
Speaking to Metro.co.uk ahead of its launch, Anna said that during the series TV bosses had to limit the amount of booze in the mansion.
‘They’re all dating, everyone’s living together, so it stands to reason that some days will go well and some won’t go quite so well,’ she began.
‘And what if people’s eyes start wandering towards other people’s dates? So there is definitely a little bit of cross-pollination shall we say.
‘When people are in there 24/7 and they’ve had a drink or they haven’t had a drink, as we monitor the alcohol in there as well, so people can get a bit aggy and a bit irritable.’
Discussing the concept of the new series, Anna continued: ‘It’s everything you love about Celebs Go Dating and more.
‘We all quarantined and isolated before so everyone was Covid free. All our celebrities moved in like a Big Brother-style and they all live in one big dormitory.
‘We went through our little black book and we found lots of people who wanted to come and date our celebrities, so we isolated and quarantined them as well.’
‘We then invited them to move in as well and they also have their own dormitory,’ she added.
‘The dates are then set up around the mansion.’
Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion begins tonight at 9pm on E4.
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