Flirty Dancing continues it's brand new series tonight but who are the singletons looking for love?
Flirty Dancing is back with its second series this evening, Friday, December 13 at 8PM on Channel 4.
The show sees self-confessed romantic Ashley Banjo, play cupid using his skills as Britain’s best loved choreographer to bring people together through the art of dance.
Ashley, who rose to fame in Britain's Got Talent dance group Diversity, explains: "It's like a blind date, but rather than meet up with somebody and then do something more conventional like go to a bar or to a restaurant, you don't speak to this person...
"You'll hear the music start to play that you've been rehearsing to for a week, but the person that you're dancing with, it's the first time you've ever seen them, and you have a few minutes to dance with that person, to do a choreographed routine.
"Then, once it's finished you decide if you like them, what they made you feel like, and if you want to actually see them to go out on a second date."
If the dancers find there is a chemistry between them, they can decide to meet again. Will it be love at first dance?
In episode six tonight, Dan is 24 and comes from Stratford upon Avon. He's a rugby fan and a country boy at heart, and his sensitive side seeks the girl-next-door to bring home to meet the family.
Anna, who's also 24 and is originally from Poland, would swap London for village life in a heartbeat. Dan and Anna come together for an intimate and flirty routine in Williamson Park in Lancaster.
Sixty-somethings Seretta and Steven are looking for some magic. After her divorce, dance lover Seretta moved to Whitstable for a new life. Seretta is paired with Steven, a 64-year-old account manager who moved to Cambridge and started a new life, also following a divorce. Dance is a big passion for Steven.
Ashley choreographs a romantic dance, full of fun, with the spectacular backdrop of a lavender field at sunset
Flirty Dancing returns next Friday (December 20) at 8PM with a Celebrity special for Stand Up To Cancer
You can catch up and watch episodes from both the current and first series online from Channel4.com.