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Do you fancy being on ITV’s Take me out show?

PUBLISHED: 15:43 14 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:43 14 August 2018

Find out how you can be on dating show Take Me Out Picture: ITV

Find out how you can be on dating show Take Me Out Picture: ITV

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Earlier this year an Ipswich man bagged a date on popular dating show Take Me Out- could you follow in his footsteps?

Ipswich Town season ticket holder, James Scharmann, starred on ITV’s hit TV Show Take Me Out in February.

The football fan successfully secured a date with 25-year-old Han and was whisked off to the tropical island of Fernando.

See how he got on here: Did Ipswich man James Scharmann make it to Fernando’s on ITV’s Take Me Out?

Singletons now have the chance to try their luck on the prime-time Saturday night show.

For those who haven’t seen the show it is hosted by Paddy McGuinness and starts by having a single man come down the ‘love lift’ ready to wow the single ladies he is surrounded by.

The women will have a stand in front of them with a light, if she likes what she sees she keeps her light on but if she doesn’t fancy a date with this particular guy she can switch her light off.

So if you are a man ready to board the shows ‘love lift’ or a woman who is willing to leave her light on for love you can apply here.

You must be 18 and over to apply to be on the show and have until October 30 to sign up.

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