After the incredible success of the first series, MTV’S Catfish UK is back and casting for a second series. They are looking for people to apply from Ireland in hopes of getting a full Irish episode in the new series.
Is it any wonder? In a 2022 world of Tinder, Bumble, Grindr, Hinge and whatever else you may find yourself on, the show's concept has weirdly never felt more relevant - particularly after two years of lockdowns driving many of our relationships into new virtual territories.
If you've found yourself in a suspicious new romance over two years, you could be in luck as Catfish UK has put out an open call specifically seeking Irish applicants to take part.
Each episode brings couples together who've interacted solely through the internet. They've supposedly fallen in love or become best friends; the show arranges for them to finally meet in real life for the first time.
A spokesperson for the show said "We’re looking for couples and friends who have never met up in person or even seen each other on video chat. Whether they want to finally meet their online love or friend face-to-face, have something to confess or simply want to get to the bottom of why they always cancel dates, we would love to hear from them".
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