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Blind Date plans royal special

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Blind Date’ bosses are planning a royal wedding special.
Producers on the Channel 5 show – which is hosted by Paul O’Grady and Melanie Sykes – are planning to mark the nuptials between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle next May by seeking to match-make contestants with similar names.
An online advertisement read: “Iconic dating show for Channel 5 is looking for single people called Megan or Harry to be matched for a date.
“It’s going to be the most royal blind date ever. So if you are called Megan or Harry then please get in touch.”
‘Blind Date’ will return in 2018 with 12 new episodes after its revival was a hit with viewers in the summer.
Meanwhile, Paul, 62, previously admitted he was reluctant to take the reins at ‘Blind Date’ because he felt like a “phoney” in comparison to its previous host, his beloved late friend Cilla Black, who died in August 2015.
Speaking previously, he said: ” At first I said no because it’s so synonymous with Cilla. I thought nobody else can do it. I’m not your suitable Cupid me, I’m quite cynical.
“It was very hard because I kept expecting Cilla at the top of the stairs saying ‘what are you doing?’ I’ll constantly refer to her if there’s a bit of a mess up.
“I felt like a phoney – ‘what am I doing here?’ How did this happen, I used to iron my jeans while watching this.”
But it wasn’t until the flame-haired musician’s son, Robert, encouraged Paul to present the new series that he changed his mind.
The funny man explained: “I spoke to Robert, her son, and he said do it.”

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