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On the surface, sassy choir master Jay may be 'fab-u-lous' but life has dealt him some hard knocks: a homophobic attack when he was 17 left him so severely hospitalised he had to learn to walk again.
Jay is now looking for someone who will 'embrace the Jay that I am'.
Investment banker Robbie is also looking for a partner who will accept him as he is.
His date is 27-year-old make-up artist and DJ Charli, who's devised a canny test for potential beaux: seeing how they react to her plastic frog-shaped handbag called Pascal.
Exec Prod: Nicola Lloyd; Series Editor: Martin Conway; Series Prods: Adam Chapman, Rob Clifford; Senior Prods: Gilly Goshawk, Richard Mills; Prod Co: Twenty Twenty New to E4 (previously seen on Channel 4): Fred and the team welcome a batch of hopeful singletons all looking for 'the one' in a very special episode for Valentine's Day.
New to E4 (previously seen on Channel 4): The First Dates restaurant opens its doors to more hopeful singletons from all over the country.Since she moved to London, Liverpool lass Alex has only attracted a stream of 'posh boys' who introduce her to their parents as an act of rebellion, but her date tonight is trade union rep Sam.Good news: his date Livvy enjoys dressing up as the Mother of Dragons.Exec Prod: Nicola Lloyd; Series Editor: Martin Conway; Series Prods: Adam Chapman, Rob Clifford; Senior Prods: Gilly Goshawk, Richard Mills; Prod Co: Twenty Twenty New to E4 (previously seen on Channel 4): Matre d' Fred and his team return for another series, opening the doors of the First Dates restaurant to more hopeful singletons from all over the country.
They say never talk politics on a first date, but these Corbynistas are a match made in heaven, until Sam reveals his love for Robbie Williams...Scott, who's 28, is known for being a bit of a clown around his mates but when it comes to relationships there's nothing he loves more than getting 'cuddly wuddly' on the sofa with a girl.