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Single and looking for love? The Late Late Show wants to hear from you


by Jennifer McShane
12th Jan 2019
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Are you single and looking for a helping hand in the love department? Anyone will tell you that even with all the choice that online dating can bring, finding someone you have a genuine connection with is arguably more difficult than ever. So, with Valentine’s Day looming, The Late Late Show is gearing up for its annual special edition of the series – and wants to hear from those who are single and ready to mingle, so to speak.

Related: Unlucky in love: Online dating just not working? Here’s another idea…

The Late Late Show Valentine’s Special will air on Friday, February 8, and the application process for tickets is now open.

“We want to hear from anyone who is looking for a little romance in their lives. In this age of dating apps and social media, we’re going back to basics and want to spark some love – on live TV! As always, the show will be great fun, and you never know, there could be someone for everyone in the audience,” said host Ryan Tubridy of the (hopefully) love-filled episode.

How can I apply?

To secure tickets, applicants must fill out the form, letting The Late Late Show know a little about their single life, why they are looking for love and what the dating scene is like in Ireland.

To maximise the chances of finding “the one”, all audience members must be single. Eligible guys and girls who aren’t camera shy, are up for a laugh and most importantly, looking for love, can apply for tickets for this most unique of Late Late Shows via the programme’s website: https://www.rte.ie/latelate/

There’s plenty of fish in the sea, but who knows, The Late Late Show may help make treading those tricky waters that bit easier…

Good luck!

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