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C4 dating show ‘Five Guys A Week’ renamed ‘Five Dates A Week’ as show opens up to all gender identities


CHANNEL 4 dating show “Five Guys A Week” has been renamed “Five Dates A Week” so the show can open up to all gender identities and sexualities.

The show, which aired in 2020, originally centred around a single woman who invited five guys into her home so they could live together for a whole week.

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Five Guys A Week is rebranding to Five Dates A Week[/caption]

However, now it will be open to anyone up for meeting someone new – with show bosses handpicking their matches.

Channel 4‘s website reads: “2020’s hit dating show Five Guys A Week is now back – but with some new and exciting changes!

“Welcome to Five Dates a Week! No longer will it be just the women who get to pick from the guys. We are looking for anyone who is looking for love.”

The site adds: “Each episode will feature a singleton who’ll move in with five handpicked matches – all at the same time.

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The original show featured a woman inviting men into her home[/caption]

“Whatever your sexual preference, anyone is welcome as long as they’re looking for love!

“Everyone will move into our gorgeous ‘love cottage’ and the potential partners will share very aspect of their life.

“After all, it’s not until you live with someone that you really get to know them!

“Over the course of the week, the picker will send home the potential partners until they’re left with the one they think could be the perfect match!”

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Now anyone can enter regardless of sexuality or gender identity[/caption]


The show are looking for anyone single over the age of 18 and you can apply here.

Past episodes of Five Guys A Week are available to watch on All4.

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