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Dannyn Dyer fronting new reality show Scared of the Dark

OHMYGOSSIP — Danny Dyer is fronting new reality show ‘Scared of the Dark’.
The former ‘EastEnders’ actor is set to host the fresh Channel 4 show which will see eight celebrities stuck in a pitch black bunker – a purpose built living space designed to block out all light – for eight days, with their terrifying experience captured by 50 infrared cameras.
He commented: “This is possibly one of the most bizarre things I’ve ever done in my career, and I have done a lot of mad things.
“Throw in a bunch of celebs and make them do things with the lights off – it’s proper good telly.
“You’re gonna laugh, you’re gonna laugh some more and I promise you’re gonna love it.”
The show will air over five successive nights, following the celebrities as they get used to living in the dark, while the only way to escape to the light is to shout “I’m scared of the dark”.
The lineup includes former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ favourite Nicola Adams, Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt, football legend Paul Gascoigne, The Wanted singer Max George, ‘Love Island’ star Chloe Burrows, boxer Chris Eubank, comedian Chris McCausland, and actress Donna Preston.
The celebrities will each face a series of tasks testing either their fear of the dark or their ability to function in such settings.
If they fail, they’ll face even tougher challenges to remain on the show, and only one person will emerge the winner.
They’ll have some support from clinical psychiatrist Dr. Tharaka Gunarathne, who will be watching their every move.
Dr. Tharaka said: “One the hardest challenges the celebrities face is dealing with the unknown; their psychological sense of uncertainty is at an all-time high.
“When you can’t see, your brain fills in the blanks and often imagines the worse.
“When you switch off the lights your ability to stay safe is suddenly threatened and that is what makes this particularly frightening.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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