Dooley rose to prominence in when she appeared as a participant on Blood, Sweat and T-shirts. Since then, she has made social-issue -themed television documentaries for BBC Three concerning child labour and women in developing countries. She left school at 15 and worked as a shop assistant, selling perfumes at Luton Airport. She also worked in a hairdresser's salon in Bramingham.
Hot Property: Nosy singles wanted for new BBC dating show, where they look around people's houses
Jamie is no stranger to the world of dance, making it all the way to Grand Final of Strictly Come Dancing in alongside his professional partner Karen Hauer, entertaining audiences with a string of memorable performances along the way before the finishing the series as runners-up. As well as his recent stint on Strictly, in Jamie also launched his brand new podcast, 6 Degrees from Jamie and Spencer, which has established itself as one of the most popular podcasts for unders on BBC Sounds. Jamie can also be heard on his popular podcast Private Parts which he co-hosts with Francis Boulle, giving listeners a witty and insightful view into their everyday life. The series has had 30 million listeners to date with 1 million per month and growing. Kaelynn 'KK' Harris is a world renowned dancer, choreographer, and actress. KK has added even more to an already impressive resume by performing for millions on multiple episodes of Glee! At 16 years old, she became a viral sensation known for her versatile dance style, clean and sharp execution and creative movement.
Hot Property: Nosy singles wanted for new BBC dating show, where they look around people’s houses
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World Series Of Dating is described as turning dating into an American-style competitive sport, "with all of the sporting conventions that go with it - overblown graphics, music and scripted comedy analysis". An 8-part series, due to begin broadcasting next month, has been filming at Pacific Quay studios in Glasgow, and is hosted by American comedian Rob Riggle in the guise of American commentator and "legendary dater" Doyle MacManus. The BBC describe the format, which aims to match up real life men and women as dating couples, thus: "Women sit in 'The Date Zone' waiting for their first guy to appear. From the moment the single men walk into the zone the women can decide to buzz them out of the game for whatever reason they wish.