Now the show is back (with strict rules about inter-celeb hook ups), but what can viewers expect this time around? Celebs Go Dating continues with a brand new episode on E4 tonight at 10pm.
This is episode 16 of the second series of the dating show in which famous faces attempt to find romance.
In that Ernst Lubitsch classic co-workers James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan bicker constantly at the department store they work for. To update it to the 21st century, Whelchel is a florist who is a blogger who writes an Ann Landers like column on being a single parent. Michael Shanks who is also a single parent and replies to her with his own screen name.
They get a running feud going and entertain her internet followers.
Everyone's favourite receptionist Tom Read Wilson also returns to man the office.
The delightful Tom puts the celebs at ease as they prepare for dates, and he will be particularly happy to see the return of Joey Essex who he made no secret of having a crush on in the first series.
Start Slideshow Celebrity romances, breakups, weddings, weight loss, fashion, and style..name it, we've got the Hollywood highlights for you.Can't stay up-to-date on every breaking celeb news story?We also offer year's end roundups of celebrity gossip, red carpet fashion, blockbuster movie and TV trivia, previews of new releases, and more!The good news is producers also plan to put out two series this year, with another set of celebrities set to be put through their paces in autumn. A group of celebrities are coached and set up on dates in a bid to find them love.Dating experts are tasked with pairing off the famous faces with their perfect match - selected from members of the public.During the course of the show, viewers see the line-up given tips on how to bag a partner, as well as how the group interact with one another. Lady Nadia Essex is one of the love gurus and she has been featured in a number of dating articles and TV segments over the years.She's had to defend herself in the past for dating only rich men and found herself on the receiving end of Gaz Beadle's anger in the last series after he took offence at her comments on his relationship with Charlotte Crosby.Still if you are a fan of the Ernst Lubitsch classic you know where this is going.Hearts Of Spring is a pleasant easy to take film, but I wonder how many watching this recognized the origin.The resemblance is unmistakable and does add a note of realism to their scenes.I wonder how many Hallmark viewers caught that this was a remake of The Shop Around The Corner with a reverse twist.