LOVE stories are magical in films like Sleepless In Seattle — even if the actors’ real-life romances barely last nine and a half weeks.
Now Channel 4 hope the charm of the silver screen will help lovelorn singles in a new dating show.
Love stories seem to be magical in movies like in When Harry Met Sally, but now Channel 4 is hoping to bring real-life romances to the screenCredit: Rex Features
Its new dating series, Let’s Make A Scene, is due to hit screens next year, here Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in a scene from the ‘Ghost’Credit: Getty
They will be plunged into a famous movie love scene to see if sparks fly when the cameras roll, on the show which comes from the team behind Netflix’s steamy hit Too Hot To Handle.
One leading man or woman will act alongside three potential suitors before choosing one to take on a date off-screen.
The series, which has a working title of Let’s Make A Scene, is due to hit screens next year.
A host of women compete for a man’s affections, but half of them are faking it. Every time you think the well of dating shows has run dry, a new bonkers idea comes along.
It will see one leading man or woman acting alongside three potential suitors before choosing one to take on a date off-screen, here Pride and PrejudiceCredit: Alamy
MAYA JAMA is in the pink as she takes some time off in sun-drenched Jamaica.
Fresh from presenting Channel 4’s Stand Up To Cancer, she crooned to RnB tunes from her hotel balcony and supped an ice-cold thirst-quencher.
Maya Jama stuns in a yellow and pink bikini as she holidays in JamaicaCredit: INSTAGRAM/MAYA JAMA
The star crooned to RnB tunes from her hotel balcony and supped an ice-cold thirst-quencherCredit: INSTAGRAM/MAYA JAMA
For now she just has to work on those tan lines.
Davidson lashes out
COMIC Jim Davidson has hit out at Ashley Banjo for making him look like a “bad guy” after the comic stormed out during a discussion on race.
Jim had previously criticised the Black Lives Matter routine that Ashley’s dance troupe Diversity performed on Britain’s Got Talent. The sensational flashpoint featured in ITV documentary Ashley Banjo: Britain in Black and White, on Tuesday.
ALAN CARR once met the Queen dressed as a cavewoman.
So let’s hope he pulls out a sharper suit when he hosts this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
Comic Alan Carr will host this year’s Royal Variety Performance, which will mark HRH’s 100th year as patronCredit: Getty
Now he is at the helm for this year’s spectacle, which will mark HRH’s 100th year as patron.
Anderson’s new beginnings
FORMER Emmerdale star Natalie Anderson has joined Hollyoaks.
The actress played feisty Alicia Metcalfe on the ITV soap for five years. But she says she is “thrilled” to make her debut for Channel 4 as “strong and intriguing” Lexi at the end of this month.