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Ipswich woman and her guinea pig to appear on Blind Date this weekend

PUBLISHED: 20:00 18 August 2018 | UPDATED: 20:46 18 August 2018

Will Dawn find love on Blind Date? Picture: CHANNEL 5/SO TELEVISION

Will Dawn find love on Blind Date? Picture: CHANNEL 5/SO TELEVISION

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An Ipswich woman will appear on Channel 5’s Blind Date TV show this Saturday in hope of finding love accompanied by her guinea pig.

Lucky the guinea pig was with Dawn on the show Picture: CHANNEL 5/SO TELEVISIONLucky the guinea pig was with Dawn on the show Picture: CHANNEL 5/SO TELEVISION

Dawn Woolard, who is 44-years-old, will feature in a special pet edition of the Channel 5 dating show.

The Ipswich resident thoroughly enjoyed filming the show which is presented by Paul O’Grady.

The guinea pig, who is named Lucky and who also got its five minutes of fame, is owned by Dawn’s nine-year-old daughter Poppy.

We interviewed Dawn back in July about her experience on the show and what she made of Paul O’Grady you can read this below.

Paul O' Grady with this weeks Blind Date contestants Picture: CHANNEL 5/ SO TELEVISIONPaul O' Grady with this weeks Blind Date contestants Picture: CHANNEL 5/ SO TELEVISION

• READ MORE: Dawn to bring animal magic to hit TV show Blind Date

Will the civil servant find love and get taken out on a date? Find out by watching the show which will be aired on Channel 5 at 8pm on Saturday, August 18.

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