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“The line-up is one of the strongest we have ever seen and we hope it will entertain and tantalise viewers in equal measure,” she added.
In a blog post from the show, we get a little taste of the ladies' personalities, and even a (written) sneak peek of a few of their entrances: "Jasmine G.
"The show's commitment to inclusion is welcomed by the community, demonstrating just how far society - and LGBT representation in the media - has come," a Stonewall spokesman told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
"We hope see even more shows follow Blind Date's example by helping viewers across Britain gain a better understanding of the diversity of the LGBT community," he said.
The mere mention of the licorice-y spirit makes bar patrons fearful of its strong flavor and poisonous notoriety.
Says Charles Baker, in his 1939 cocktail classic "Jigger, Beaker and Glass: Drinking Around the World," "Absinthe …
'Since being back from the competition, I suffered from waves of depression and felt very lost in the real world,' the father-of-three wrote, according to The Courier Mail.
By Lin Taylor LONDON, July 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A popular dating show on British television will for the first time include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) contestants, more than 30 years after it was first broadcast.
TV stars make up a significant portion of the celebrity roster with Outnumbered’s Tiger Drew-Honey, Gogglebox priest Reverend Kate Bottley and presenter Ulrika Jonsson all donning their aprons for this year's show.