The Undateables: Meet the singletons looking for love tonight

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The Undateables continues on Channel 4 tonight with its brand new series.

The award winning and critically acclaimed show follows people living with a disability and those with a variety of conditions through the highs and lows of finding love. Each series also includes catch ups to see how previous daters’ love lives have progressed.

In a world where first impressions are everything, finding love can be tricky. And when you have a disability, sometimes it seems impossible.

The award-winning series The Undateables starts its new ninth series tonight with more extraordinary singletons looking for love.

The singletons we meet include costume designer Rory (22) from Coventry. He has never had a girlfriend or been on a date. Rory has Asperger's. He's hoping to meet a girl who will share his love of horror films. Having a girlfriend for Rory means 'you care about someone, you're always there for them in their darkest hours. And you're also there to give them big hugs. And kisses'.

South Londoner Roland (54) is well known and loved by all the locals. But there's just one thing missing in his life - a partner. So now he's 'looking for a lady friend that is right... can give me happiness'.

Roland who has learning difficulties, has only had one previous relationship. He's a big fan of karaoke and has an impressive repertoire - so now what he's looking for is a leading lady to serenade.

Animal lover Molly (22) from Worcester works at an animal shelter, but is hoping she doesn't end up with only her cats to cuddle. Molly has Marfan syndrome, a genetic condition that causes tallness and overly-long limbs, but also comes with long-term health complications, including scoliosis and heart problems.

At 6ft 3in, Molly is looking for her soulmate. 'I think I'm quite a big personality, so I think if you can't handle my height you're not going to be able to kind of... handle all of this!'

The Undateables airs tonight - September 17 - at 9PM on Channel 4 with its second episode.

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