First Dates fans have fallen in love with waitress Ci Ci Coleman, and now it’s her turn to find love as the First Dates restaurant star is finally going on her own date on the show.‘Fred, you know I said I need to leave early today? ’ Ci Ci can be heard asking Maître d’ Fred Sirieix in this brand new clip for the hit Channel 4 dating show.She is then shown getting ready in the ladies bathroom, applying a slick of lipstick and stepping into some animal print heels.Cici Coleman, 30, has been on the show since the start but she’s never been a stranger to the cameras as she’s also a budding actress; she has a degree from the New York Film Academy and she’s starred in three indie films, all of which ended up on the Cannes Film Festival shortlist.The question on our lips though: Will her co-star and fellow waiter Sam be hit by the green-eyed monster?is a lesson to us all: even when we're making fools of ourselves, we're still lovable.Most importantly of all, the show teaches us that dating can be hard for just about everyone.Love Island is returning to TV screens in September with German version: Love Island will be back in screens in Germany [ITV] After seven weeks on ITV, the dating show which is set in a Spanish villa, will be coming to an end on July 24, with the likes of Montana Brown and Alex Beattie, Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies and Jamie Jewitt and Camilla Thurlow all with a chance to win the big prize.
It is not known whether the German version will follow the same rules or whether there will be different aspects to it.
As the UK version comes to an end, viewers have expressed their annoyance at missing the grand final because they’re going to be on holiday.
Love Island is returning to TV screens in September with German version: The new series will air in September on German channel RTL2 [ITV] Love Island is returning to TV screens in September with German version: The latest series of Love Island has been keeping viewers gripped every night [ITV] Declaring that they no longer wanted to go abroad, one viewer posted on Twitter: “Just realised I’ll miss the Love Island final because I’m on holiday, would rather not go.” While another wrote on the social networking site: “It’s ten days until the Love Island final and I’m already concerned what I’m gonna do with my life.” However, there is a way that fans can watch the show even when they’re not in the country. It should be a seasonal thing and be on tv every night …
Thanks to ITV Essentials, viewers can download the episodes on the paid for service and can watch them in a range of International countries including: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Gibraltar, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. Forever haha.” One viewer went as far as to claim that the ITV2 show should be on all the time.
Love Island is returning to TV screens in September with German version: Over the past few episodes, Islander Olivia Attwood has come under fire after splitting with Chris Hughes [ITV2] Meanwhile, Youtube star Zoella recently came up with a good idea to keep the Love Island buzz going later on in the year. Love Island is returning to TV screens in September with German version: The current series has included a lot of twists and turns [ITV] They tweeted: “Or Love Island as an ongoing series… ” Love Island continues on ITV2, everyday from 9pm.