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Can reality television help with your love life?

Posted on: January 14, 2013 15:34:39

Can reality television help with your love life?Reality TV shows might not be the first place you think of turning to for dating advice, but among some of the nation's favourite programmes there are actually some great pieces of advice for UK singles.

Take Strictly Come Dancing for example. The BBC One show has not only transformed a number of celebrities into graceful movers and shakers, it has also provided the platform for a number of new relationships.

Some of the more notable couples to have found romance on the show include ex-boxer Joe Calzaghe and Kristina Rihanoff, actor Jimi Mistry and Flavia Cacace, and former EastEnders star Kara Tointon and Artem Chigvintsev.

Similarly, as the latest series of Dancing on Ice takes to our screens on ITV1, an evening out to the local ice rink with friends could be your chance to impress the opposite sex and is a great place to go for a first date.

With Pamela Anderson being the most recent star to admit they are dating their skating partner, it seems that showing off your moves is a sure-fire way to bag that person you have been hoping for.

However, reality television can also emphasise the things you perhaps want to avoid doing when looking for love.

Rarely have Big Brother relationships stood the test of time, despite the show having its fair share of romantic encounters during its 13-year reign.

Although the contestants' environment is much more extreme than in reality, one of the biggest reasons their relationships fail is because things are moving too fast.

There is no need to spend every single moment together during the early stages of dating, so having plenty of time to yourself to keep things fresh and exciting is recommended.

Lastly, light-hearted dating game show Take Me Out proves there is much more to love than just looks.

Despite first impressions being based on an individual's appearance on the show - with women turning off their light if they don't like what they see - it ultimately all comes down to personality and compatibility.

You could be lucky enough to be going out with the best-looking person in the world, but if there is no connection between the two of you, the chances of you living happily ever after on the 'Isle of Fernando' is unlikely.

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