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Lockdown reality TV show Lovedown will feature Teesside careworker Jesse
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Newspaper article Evening Gazette Middlesbrough, England. Ex-serviceman Jordan Swift, 20, went to a party before meeting up with a year-old man and going to his flat, Teesside Crown Court heard. She told how Swift punched the man in the face.
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Newspaper article Evening Gazette Middlesbrough, England. Some matches are made in heaven. And some are made on TV – and believe us, there’s very little that’s heavenly about this dating show. If it aired before the watershed we’d have. It would only last about five minutes I was shocked by a lot of it. The OMG factor comes from seeing 40 women cheekily interrogate four men who hope to win a date with one of them.
At the end of each round, the women then go and stand by their favourite man.
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Give the gift of nostalgia this year with a range of gifts from newspapers with alcohol, to maps, puzzles and more. Very good option for a special birthday, A3 print size is big enough to read the whole page clearly. Excellent present for my 90 year old uncle. He commented on the beautiful presentation case and the free Victorian newspaper, although he said he wasn’t that old!
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A Teesside care worker and student is set to star in a new reality dating show hosted by a former Emmerdale star. Lovedown starts next week and follows a group of singles as they attempt to find love during lockdown amid social distancing. Teesside university student and care worker Jesse Hall will appear in the second episode. The year-old is in her second year of a business degree at the Middlesbrough university and was a barmaid before the Covid crisis hit.
When the UK went into lockdown, many telly productions had to stop filming leading professionals in the industry to look at new ways of producing shows. Online dating during lockdown has taken on a new meaning now that the likes of cinema, restaurant and club and pub dates are not possible. Kelsey and Ashley saw the challenges facing those who may be single during lockdown and Lovedown will follow a group of men and women as they attempt to find love during a time of social distancing.
To work around the current UK lockdown rules, casting and filming has been done completely online with a production team all working from home.