Right after hosting a gay dating show for men I kissed a boy in the UK, Dannii Minogue will be the next host I kissed a girl.
The UK’s first gay dating show attracted over 500,000 viewers across all screens after 7 days for the first episode and positive reviews, describing the series as “a game changer in reality” (Variety) and “relatable” and ” historical” (The Guardian).
In a new ten-part series, 10 single girls are matched and meet for the first time… with a kiss. No small talk. No message. Just a kiss to test their chemistry right away.
Prior to their arrival, the girls are matched based on what they are looking for in a partner. After meeting their match for the first time with a kiss, they are encouraged to give their new relationship a good shot.
Louise Hutchinson, Head of Entertainment at Twofour, says: “It was a privilege and a pleasure to meet the charismatic boy cast of the first season and I am delighted that this time we have the opportunity to pass the baton to the girls. I can’t wait to see how they bring their unique energy to the series, while flying the flag of the LGBTQ+ community. We couldn’t be more proud to share their stories.”
Dannii Minogue says: “After proving that love really is for everyone with I Kissed A Boy, I’m thrilled to have the chance to be cupid to girls again in this second series. I’m so excited to see if we can find more connections, chemistry, and hopefully love sealed with a kiss – here come the girls!
Minogue’s theme song, We may be the only oneeven reached number one on the UK pop charts, with sister Kylie taking second place at one point with her song Now To install Padam Padam.