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but they don’t actually get to see him until the final moments of the final rounds when he proposes to one of them.And it works both ways, with 10 men who will do anything to win the heart of a mystery woman.
After all, isn’t that why people enjoy watching dating shows?
Plus, the central objects of desire were hot in conventionally gendered ways, and the shows worked through enticing plot gambits that could bring in mainstream audiences. ’s promotion has played into the Tila Tequila strategy to some degree, teasing the question of which gender different participants will end up with.
“I have no idea if I’m going to be attracted to a male or a female,” says blonde housemate Kari in one of the show’s commercials. I’m ambidextrous.” Sexual fluidity often gets reduced to this trope of “will this (conventionally hot) woman ultimately pick a man or a woman?
An insider revealed: “Everyone is harbouring a secret crush for someone in their lives — and now Channel 5 is giving willing participants the opportunity to reveal their true feelings.“From personal trainers to old teachers or lecturers, singletons will be shown plucking up the courage to admit their feelings directly to their crush — with some shocking results."“Each episode is high stakes and there are going to be plenty of awkward rejections as well as some surprising unions,” they added to The Sun.
The publication also said that an advert for the show stated: “Do you fancy your old teacher?