Season two of Lovedown, the dating show created during UK lockdown, is now available to watch in full on the Lovedown YouTube channel - and is dedicated to LGBT+ contestants.
The series marks the first time a UK-based dating reality show has dedicated an entire season to LGBT+ competitors.
The Pride Season of Lovedown features LGBTQ+ men and women who will date each other in order to 'match make' with another contestant and win a date to be enjoyed outside of lockdown.
The season features Mr Gay England 2020 finalist Kyle Elson, who’s known as The Bionic Hairdresser, drag artist Miss Orry and an MTV Love Squad Contestant. Emmerdale and The Voice star Kelsey-Beth Crossley hosts.
Commenting, Kelsey-Beth said: Being single isn’t so bad when you have hobbies/a career/friends, but one day when that’s all stripped from you and all you’re allowed to do is DIY, bake and exercise, it’s nice to have a partner to share the highs and lows with. I have enjoyed this experience so much. The love birds are such warm, lovely people with big personalities, and hopefully we can play a tiny part in helping them find love - or even just give them and our viewers a few laughs in a hard time. Watching the footage and meeting everyone virtually has brought such light to the long days, and we’re all having a blast!”
For more information about Lovedown, follow the Lovedown instagram page @lovedownuk and the Lovedown Facebook page at facebook.com/lovedownuk.
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