When does Celebs Go Dating 2021 start on E4?

CELEBS Go Dating is back for a new series with single celebs searching for love.

Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming series on E4, starting TONIGHT (January 25).

When does Celebs Go Dating start on E4?

The much-anticipated series of Celebs Go Dating will start on January 25, 2021.

The series will air on Monday-Fridays at 9pm on E4.

It will be available to watch after it has aired on 4oD.

The celebs featured this time round will be living in a £30million Surrey mansion to make the set-up covid-19 safe.

This is a departure from previous series in which celebrities were free to otherwise go about their lives.

One memorable moment from a previous year saw Gemma Collins miss a trip to Paris with her date because she was chilling at home in Essex – there won't be any of that this time.

Who's in the lineup?

This year's lineup is packed with entertaining celebs, many of which have already made a name for themselves in reality TV.

It will feature:

  • Curtis Pritchard, from Love Island
  • Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry
  • Coronation Street actress Kimberly Hart-Simpson
  • Ex-Strictly contestant Karim Zeroual
  • Made In Chelsea’s Sophie Hermann, 
  • DJ Tom Zanetti 
  • Wayne Lineker, brother of Gary Lineker

How does Celebs Go Dating work?

Celebrities will have dates arranged for them by agency matchmakers Paul Brunson and Anna Williamson.

They try to set them up with people that suit the clients needs and desires in a partner.

The show often tries to push celebrities out their comfort zones too, perhaps by setting them up with someone outside of their usual type.

This year, celebrities will be living with their potential love interests meaning there won't be any escape if things go wrong.

Who won last year?

The aim of the series is to find love with someone new the celebrity has been dating.

Last year's series was slightly different in format as it included couples in need of therapy as well as eager singletons.

There wasn't a winner as such.

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