Bbc dating app
Self-confessed romantic – and the only bachelor dragon – Touker Suleyman – was keen to get his head around the app, with Nick Jenkins and Deborah Meaden also flirting with the idea of a double dating app.
One of their friends was swiping on Tinder and found someone she would like to date, but was too nervous to meet a stranger.
The show, which features Matt Le Blanc, Eddie Jordan and Sabine Schmitz as Evans’s co-presenters, will finally return to the BBC in just a few weeks, on Sunday, 29 May.
Fans eagerly anticipating the show’s return have already seen the new hosts in action via three previously released trailers, one of which poked fun at Evans’s car sickness.
Date Play, a dating app that allows its single users to connect with possible romantic partners by playing games, was ultimately rejected by Lord Sugar in the 2015 final of the BBC competition, as he sided with Joseph Valente instead.
However, the app has now raised almost £150,000 on the site Seedrs, a significant rise on the £120,000 target that was set earlier this week.“We are 122% of our target,” the entrepreneur said in a video announcement on Twitter as she continued to encourage more investors to sign up.“Luckily, you can still get involved, you still have a chance to get in and prove Lord Sugar wrong.”Speaking to Huffington Post earlier this week, Vana had explained: “For the past six months, I have been developing the dating application that I pitched on the show and it has been a total whirlwind.
Lord Sugar responded to a fan who asked when they can see it back, saying simply: “October.”An exact airdate is yet to be confirmed, although Karren Brady and Claude Littner will be back as aides.
The location based dating app allows pairs of singletons to search for other pairs to arrange a double date – which the trio claim will be inherently more fun, with less chance of awkward silences and will provide safety in numbers.So will the trio be jilted, or will they find the perfect pairing with the dragons?“Being in the public eye can be difficult, stressful and overwhelming; there is an enormous amount of pressure and it can feel like all eyes are on you.“There are so many women out there who have dreams of starting their own companies but do not have the confidence to follow through; I hope to change this.I have already had so many people contact me following The Apprentice to tell me that I’ve inspired them. I am therefore hoping that going down the crowdfunding route will inspire women of all ages to see the options available to fund their tech businesses.”Meanwhile, The Apprentice is confirmed to be returning to BBC One later this year for what will be its 12th series.
, the name trending on the likes of Twitter and Facebook.Not to be outdone by his rivals, Chris Evans and co have attempted to steal the limelight back, announcing the start date of the newly revamped .