Celebs Go Dating announce Ulrika Jonsson, Abz Love, Chloe Brockett, Miles Nazaire, Nikita Jasmine & Ryan-Mark Parsons as they re-enter the dating game and begin their search for love

The popular dating show Celebs Go Dating is returning for its tenth series on E4.

Last series, the show headed to its very first UK dating retreat and provided much needed lockdown relief with Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion, which gave viewers a look into celebrity dating like we’ve never seen before.

This year the renowned London-based agency is back with all-new celebs and a supercharged agency makeover. The series will feature plenty of new challenges, memorable dating excursions and more chances than ever to find the perfect connection, all-new Celebs Go Dating is sure to be its most dramatic series yet.

Viewers can expect a rollercoaster ride of dating highs and lows, bombshell moments, and plenty of laughs. After weeks of multiple dates and mentoring, the Celebs will be asked to choose their final date to take away on a romantic couples’ getaway.

Joining this recharged and refreshed series are TV Presenter and Columnist Ulrika Jonsson, Iconic rapper and singer Abz Love, TOWIE favourite Chloe Brockett, Made in Chelsea heartthrob Miles Nazaire, Married at First Sight UK’s Nikita Jasmine and Apprentice star Ryan-Mark Parsons.

On joining the series, Made in Chelsea favourite Miles Nazaire said: “I’m nervous but excited. I’m going to really enjoy the experience, as I’ve never had anyone have control of my dating. I’m excited to see what happens when someone else decides who I date.”

TOWIE queen Chloe Brockett said: “I can’t believe I am actually joining the Celebs Go Dating agency, I’m so excited. I would like someone who I can make lovely memories with. I can’t wait to work with Anna and Paul and see what advice they give me; they are so wise!”

Five’s Abz Love said: “I’m hyped! I’m so happy to be part of the process, part of the programme, it’s a great show – it’s real out here! Real dating and I need all the love I can get right now.”

The Apprentice star Ryan-Mark Parsons said: “I’ve been so hopeless in love, I’ve tried everything – I’ve tried the dating apps, I’ve tried meeting people in person – it just hasn’t worked; I really need the dating experts to help me out. I’m so glad the agency doors are back open for this series.”

TV Personality and Columnist Ulrika Johnson said: “Three years ago I got divorced, I hadn’t anticipated being single at my age. I’m enjoying it but I look forward to working with Anna and Paul, I’m sure they will have me back on track to finding love in no time.”

Married At First Sight UK’s Nikita Jasmine said “I feel so lucky to have been given the opportunity to join the agency and have the agents help me find love. I have learnt a lot about myself in recent months, but I know I still have a long way to go. I want guys to understand that even though I am loud, I do have a super soft centre and I hope the agents can help me do this!”

On returning to the agency, dating expert, Anna Williamson said: “I’m so excited to get the agency back up and running. We are really intrigued to see what dating looks like for the celebs now the world is opening back up and seeing how our datees get on.”

Love Doctor, Paul C Brunson said: “I can’t wait to throw the agency doors back wide open. This series will be an exciting experiment to see how our celebs deal with dating now the world is returning to a more normal way of life. This series line-up is very eclectic, and I can’t wait to get stuck right in with helping them find love.”

Celeb confidante and Junior Client Coordinator, Tom Read Wilson said: “I cannot wait to get back into the agency and dissecting dates with celebs again. It’s going to be lovely being back in the agency with Anna and Paul.”

Celebs Go Dating is produced by Lime Pictures and will return to E4 in 2022.