Instead of the regular dinner date or classic show where celebrities take part, it is a down-to-earth dating show where real people do their best to find love through their passion for dance.
Ashley Banjo and a whole host of Diversity members see the routine practice through.
You’d think the singletons couldn’t go wrong with that level of teaching but with nerves and first-date jitters to keep in check you see the daters really face their fears.
For anyone who loved the dating and dancing show Flirty Dancing, here’s everything you need to know about series 2…
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Will there be a series 2?
Flirty Dancing series 1 kicked off from January 10th 2019.
And luckily for fans of the show, it has been recommissioned for a second series!
And no surprise it was, as judging by the Twitter reaction, the UK public loved it.
— Cashell Sherwood (@cashybabes) February 6, 2019
Noooo #Flirtydancing is life 💃🏻
— Fern (@FernCampbell1) February 7, 2019
The show is soooooooooo good!! #flirtydancing
— Frederick (@_Akillies) February 1, 2019
When will series 2 start?
We would estimate that it would start around the same time as series 1, in January of 2020.
Six one-hour episodes have been commissioned, including a one hour Stand Up To Cancer celebrity special! Which of our favourite celebs looking for love will take on the challenge?
Channel 4 has announced the show will also air at an earlier time, showing at 8 pm.
And yes! Ashley Banjo will be returning as the show’s lead presenter.
Series 2: apply
Looking for love and to pick up some new dance moves at the same time?
Then look no further!
Applications for series 2 are now open, so if you’re interested in taking part head over to the Channel 4 application page now.
All you need to be is single and over the age of eighteen – so go on singletons and fill out the form, here.
How to catch up with Series 1
If you’ve missed any episodes of Flirty Dancing series 1 then head over to Channel 4’s catch up website – ALL4 and get up to speed with what everyone is larking on about in the office!
Episodes 1-5 are on the website and are free to watch.