TV TV battle of the sexes will find who’s game...
Survival Of The Fittest cast prize of €46,000 which is not to be sniffed at but the sneaky producers plan to complicate matters.
The boys and girls will be sent on dates with one another, first to try and test their loyalty to their teammates versus their potential love interests.
Our very own Laura Whitmore will present the show and she hinted at nocturnal shenanigans when she gave This Morning viewers a sneak peek of the lodge.
Pointing to the men’s and women’s sleeping quarters she said they can “mix and match if they want”.
She also said
Danny Dyer’s girl Dani viewers should “think big” when it comes to the tasks as crew members have been in the desert for the past year building some of the incredible trials. The Wicklow presenter added: “It’s the perfect time of year for the show to be on because we are set under the South African sun in the savannah. “So while it’s miserable weather back home you can watch some lovely people in some glorious surroundings.” Middleton, 24, has freely declared: “I am open to love, definitely.” He added: “I don’t think any guy if they see a nice-looking girl who they get on with and viceversa is going to turn it down, despite the circumstances. That said, they will be the enemy so carefully.”
Comedian Brennan Reece will provide the voiceover and it sounds like the temperatures outside won’t be the only thing hotting up.
One contestant with her own idea of what going head to head means is model Tia Latham who has admitted she wants to have sex on TV to prove she’s a woman.
Tia, 28, was bullied because she appeared male due to a rare condition known as de la Chapelle syndrome and was raised as a boy despite being female.
She said: “I’m 100% up for sex, that’s why I’m here. I want everybody to see me.”
The show will air each night on ITV2 so viewers never have long to wait when it’s left on a cliffhanger.
Survival Of The Fittest kicks off tonight at 9pm on ITV2. I’ll have to tread
HEAT IS ON
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