ITV2’s winter dating show The Cabins will see 16 singles heading to three luxury chalets in Wales to try and find love.
Once in the cabins, they will have 24 hours to decide whether to agree on the date or to leave. If they choose to stay, they will stay in the booths and keep getting to know each other.
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Last year The Cabins was filmed in Cumbria and this year the show moved to Wales and although ITV has not released the exact location it will certainly be the perfect setting for first dates. you picky eaters, culinary disasters and the possibility of romance. to bloom.
There will also be “Lovers Lake” and a secluded yurt and fire pit on site in Wales to help create the perfect dates.
Cabins will start on ITV2 on Monday January 3 at 9 p.m..
But who will seek love? From those who have rarely dated someone in search of the love of a lifetime, there is a great mix of ready-to-star singletons on the show. Here is the queue …
The 19-year-old Surrey weightlifter is hoping to meet someone who will let her be herself and has also admitted that she has a crush on former Love Island contestant Tommy Fury.
She said: “I think the way Tommy Fury treats Molly-Mae is so sweet. They always seem to be having fun, so I’m probably going to go with Tommy Fury.”
Taryck is 25 and is from Devon and thinks he has had a hard time finding love as there are “hardly any gay guys” in Devon and hopes his trip to the cabins will find his way. match.
The real estate agent also said humor was “key to her heart” and that professional Strictly Come Dancing dancer Gorka Marquez was her celebrity crush.
Junior hairdresser from Ayr, Scotland, Amy is looking for someone exciting and tall, dark and beautiful.
One of the youngest contestants at age 18, Amy said: âI couldn’t be with someone who’s boring, so someone who’s funny, who likes to do exciting, spontaneous, just things. someone who is fun and nice to be around. In my head I like big, dark hair, nice teeth, tan. “
Admitting he is picky, Prince, a 23-year-old Nigerian salesman, has had enough of online dating and hopes to find chemistry and love in Wales.
He said: “People don’t think I’m nice when they look at me, but when you talk to me I’m just a down to earth guy.”
Callum from Fife, Scotland will appear on the show alongside his twin brother, Timmy.
The 22-year-old admitted he wasn’t a big fan of dating. “
Callum’s twin Timmy also admitted to not going out much and looking for love in the cabins.
He said: “I’m a firm believer in the fact that I’m not really looking for people or love per se. So I guess it’s pretty fun in the sense that it’s kind of like thrown at you, like ‘ Here is a person. ”
After being told by guys that she can be “quite intimidating”, Roxanne, a 21-year-old Londoner, says she has “high expectations”.
The recruitment consultant is not looking for a “wild card” and wants them to be confident.
Looking for love with both men and women, Harry from Scotland hopes to find someone who is really friendly and fun.
The 23-year-old entrepreneur said: âIn life I attract people, it’s not about gender. I’m looking for someone who is really nice, really easy going, a lot of fun. someone who doesn’t like it. take themselves too seriously. “
With the experience of a past relationship that didn’t end well, Account Manager Chris hopes to find a good match.
The 26-year-old from London said: “It took me a while to have my first relationship. When it finally happened, it wasn’t very good. Since then I have been working and focusing on myself – even because the last thing you want to do is jump into another relationship. “
Jessica from London is hoping to find a “wild and adventurous” type, but she has also admitted that she is “finicky” about dates.
The 25-year-old cruise ship host said: “I always feel like when I meet someone there’s something that makes me want and I’m like, on the next one! I want that that is changing, but there are so many options, it’s hard to settle for yours, the one that’s right for you. “
George, 26, of Leicester, is also fed up with online dating and he’s not looking for a gym boy.
The hairstylist said: “It would scare me if he was a big gym fan. I would just think I would never see you because you are still at the gym.”
In his spirituality, Richie of Burton-On-Trent hopes to find someone who matches his spiritual level and who is kind and caring.
The 25-year-old said: “Someone funny, laid back and really down to earth. Someone with no particular agenda and who is really cool and really wants to have fun.”
Looking for the love of his life and his soul mate Denni from Hertfordshire wants someone who is a handyman and who will be his best friend.
The 20-year-old makeup artist and office manager said: “Someone who is a scaffolder, a builder, a man handyman. Tattoos are a bonus. In terms of personality, someone who has the same level of joke and I can have a laugh with it. “
Not looking for anyone boring or dull, one of the older contestants, Cory, 28, wants to instantly find chemistry with her date.
Cory, who is from South London, said: “I’m looking for someone who’s chemistry is literally there, on the spot. I would like the person to reflect me in some way, so I can see myself in them and vice versa.”
Jad from South East London takes the plunge as he’s never really dated him before and described entering the cabins as ‘make or break’.
The 26-year-old said: “I haven’t really been out as a couple, it’s going to be decisive. It will be better or worse!”
Manchester pastry fan Amir wants someone who can match his chatter and provide a good conversation.
The 26-year-old said: “I really need someone bubbly. I’m very outgoing and really talkative and I need someone to match that kind of vibe.”
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