It was announced in March 2016 that E4 had commissioned a new reality dating show which see celebrities go on dating with members of the public.
Filming for the first series started in August 2016, with the show airing later that month. The first series was made up of 15 episodes airing every weekday.
During the filming of series two, Stephen Bear brought many problems to the dating agency, breaking the rules of the show by dating another celebrity outside of the show; this led to his removal from the show.
During my experience with Dating AI, I searched a doppelganger for dream of my teens and recently changed man, Justin Bieber. Out of a possible 16 Biebers, 10 were Bieber-ish, one was an imposter, and the others were decently cute and vaguely Bieber. And if you're still worried about accuracy, fear not: Buzzfeed did an in-depth investigation on the app, and matches came out pretty spot-on too.
With social media influencing everything from plastic surgery to the appearance of American homes, it makes sense that people’s choice of partner would be next.
Have you ever wanted to swipe right on Kim Kardashian or even Donald Trump?
Now you can browse and potentially date their lookalikes with a new feature from the dating app Badoo.