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The women stand on stage underneath thirty white lights, each with a button in front of them.

A single man is then brought down on stage via the 'Love Lift' and tries to persuade the women to agree to this date in a series of rounds, playing a pre-recorded video discussing his background, displaying a skill (such as dancing or playing a musical instrument), or playing another video in which the man's friends or family reveal more about his virtues and philosophy.

The section about the retro 90s electronic board game Dream Phone is particularly funny and the comedian makes good use of the large TV screen behind him on stage to display funny pictures.

Mc Guinness said: "I can't wait to get back in the studio and meet a brand new set of girls all hoping to meet their perfect man!

With two marriages, three engagements and two babies under our belts, the girls and boys are in good hands!

Give him a TV studio, some glamorous girls and some eager-to-impress boys and you've got the perfect evening."Both series will return with 10 episodes in early 2015.

Comedian Paddy Mc Guinness is to front a new ITV dating show called Take Me Out – and producers are looking for single guys and girls to take part.

The first series was recorded at Granada Studios in Manchester, but has since been recorded at The Maidstone Studios in Maidstone, Kent, as it offered increased space and capacity for audience members.

In 2012, the show introduced a spin-off show entitiled Take Me Out: The Gossip, which aired on ITV2 and was co-hosted by Zoe Hardman and Mark Wright in 20.

He is best known as the TV host of ITV’s dating game show Take Me Out and Channel 4’s Benchmark and has numerous sell out tours and best-selling DVDs under his belt.

Mc Guinness’ latest tour Daddy Mc Guinness sees him return to the stage to perform 50 dates across the UK, sharing his stories of fatherhood.

While Mc Guinness’ material has always been a bit risqué, the scatological humour and excessive use of swearing becomes a little too much at times and the poo jokes start to wear thin by the end of the first half.

The act picks back up in the second half as Mc Guinness entertains the audience with his comical musings on reality TV, spiders, Sunday league football and Sports Direct staff.

An unscreened pilot episode was for made Channel 4 in 2009, but it was ITV who picked it up for a series.

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