Blind Date Ireland follows the original formula; one person chooses who to date from a group of three hopefuls, with a sliding wall separating them to ensure it's based on personality alone, and a series of questions are asked, with whoever gives the best responses getting a date. Opening the show, Porter addressed the legacy of the original ITV show, which ran from 1985-2003, acknowledging that he isn't legendary host Cilla Black, but that they'll have a lot of fun regardless.Where First Dates has its own restaurant and Take Me Out sends their couples to Shifters, the location of the first date on Blind Date is unknown until host Al Porter produces a gold envelope, revealing where they're being sent. He also gave a nod to the other dating show dominating Irish screens since it came to these shores, saying, "First dates are great fun, but blind dates are a lot more exciting." Whether the show is more exciting remains to be seen, but in the cringe stakes it definitely comes out on top, and we've seen some very cringeworthy moments on First Dates, so that's saying something.“It is a hectic but fun-filled day that gives us the opportunity to celebrate 128 years of the ‘one and one’ and most importantly to thank our local communities for their ongoing support.“We established ITICA back in January 2010 to highlight the heritage behind the Irish Italian chippers in Ireland, and emphasise what makes our family run chippers unique.
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Blind Date is back on our screens, with Al Porter stepping into Cilla Black's shoes for an Irish version of the matchmaking programme – and the first episode is a lorra lorra fun, and a lorra lorra cringe.
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