Naomi, a singer with rock band Dressing For Pleasure, also claimed she had been told she was contractually obliged to go out drinking to be filmed for spin-off Take Me Out: The Gossip.The show, however, has enjoyed success on the dating front.Bosses on the ITV show have placed prominent adverts on the Travellers’ Times website.Programme-makers Thames TV hope the move will help them tap into the success of other hit shows featuring travellers including Channel 4’s My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding.
But it has been embroiled in a series of controversies.
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Fremantle Media UK, consists of a group of labels, producing some of the UK’s most successful shows: Boundless, Euston Films, Retort, Talkback, Thames and Shotglass Media encompassing all digital and social media activity for FMUK’s programmes.
Although Holly has experience of hosting dating shows, she says she doesn’t have much dating expertise herself.
As a teen growing up in Sussex, she explains, she had several long-term relationships rather than lots of dates, and her relationship with Dan got off to a date-free start after they met at work – he produced and she co-presented the 2004-2006 show Ministry Of Mayhem.“Dan and I never really dated because we were really, really good friends and then we got together,” explains Holly.