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Celebs Go Dating star's chat-up banter confuses everyone

Susannah Alexander
·2-min read
Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

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Celebs Go Dating continued tonight (January 26) with the second episode of the show's new Mansion format and it was the turn of the celebrity girls – Geordie Shore's Chloe Ferry, Made in Chelsea's Sophie Hermann and Coronation Street actress Kimberly Hart-Simpson – to choose a group of single men to move in with them at their first Mansion Mixer.

But before the girls chose their men, the celebrity lads – Love Island star Curtis Pritchard, Strictly Come Dancing 2019 contestant Karim Zeroual, DJ Tom Zanetti and club owner Wayne Lineker – took part in a game with the six single girls they had invited into the mansion yesterday in order to get to know them better.

Soon enough, the girls turned up the heat on the guys and asked them each which girl they felt they had connected with the most during the first day of the show.

Photo credit: Channel 4
Photo credit: Channel 4

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And Karim Zeroual delivered a bit of a surprise when he revealed that Carla was the girl he felt the strongest vibes with, because she was the person he had "conversated" the most with.

Karim's interesting choice of vocabulary got viewers conversating themselves, as they wondered whether it was a substitute for 'converse' (although dating agent Paul Carrick Brunson had actually already mentioned 'conversating' earlier in the episode):

Despite Karim appearing to have set his sights on Carla, later on he switched his attentions to Whitney, telling her that he had been drawn to her all day. The pair even shared a cheeky kiss – the first of the series.

With attachments starting to be formed, it won't be long before the celebs are asked to choose who they want to date more seriously. Could there be tension on the horizon? We wouldn't be too surprised...

Celebs Go Dating continues tomorrow night (January 27) at 9pm on E4.

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