‘First Dates’ is coming to Ireland and are looking for applicants

‘First Dates’ is coming to Ireland and are looking for applicants

Channel 4’s First Dates is coming to Ireland and are looking for Irish singletons all over the country.

For those of you not in the know, First Dates is set in a restaurant and films every move of potential couples on their first date.

Sounds potentially horrifying and extremely cringe-worthy?

Yes, yes it is.

The perfect recipe for late night TV.

The show is set for RTÉ 2 in early 2016 and the only criteria is that you must be looking for love and up for a bit of craic - easy.

Oh, and of course you’ve to fill out this simple application form.

Ah go on … sure it couldn't be as bad a Pioc Do Ride.

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