Beauty queen and bachelor return to our screens.

The series was developed by independent Northern Ireland production company Stellify Media and is coming soon to BBC Three, BBC iPlayer and BBC One Northern Ireland.

The unique dating experiment challenges self-proclaimed “beauty queens” to leave behind their flawless perfection and embrace their natural beauty by going on five dates with five makeup-free men.

The full four-part series will be available on BBC iPlayer from Sunday 18 December, with the first episode airing later that evening at 8.30pm on BBC Three.

The series will also be broadcast on BBC One Northern Ireland from Tuesday 3 January at 10.40pm.

In an exciting twist, this series will see original beauty queen and singles Gemma Garrett, herself a former Miss Great Britain and full-time make-up artist, as the new series confidante for our new series of beauty queens. trying to find love

She helps the four girls in a dramatic make-under to reveal their natural beauty before embarking on a series of dates with five specially chosen – and completely unknown – suitors.

While the girl in the photo enjoys the dates, the three remaining girls – and Gemma – follow the action from the safety of the couch and provide supportive and humorous commentary.

Lisa Marie

The series begins with 25-year-old Lisa-Marie, a skincare specialist and entrepreneur from Rostrevor, who loves to look glamorous. She’s happily looking for someone to share her ambition and passion for life with, but will removing her makeup to meet five complete strangers result in total trauma… or true love?

Since the first series of Beauty Queen And Single aired on BBC One NI in 2017, the series has seen editions on BBC Scotland and BBC Wales, as well as internationally.

Fiona Campbell, Controller, BBC Three says; “I am delighted to have Beauty Queen And Single at BBC Three. It’s a fresh and fun take on the date show format our audiences know and love, and I hope they’ll be excited when all four episodes come out on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer.”

Justin Binding, CEO of BBC Northern Ireland, said: “The format has been very successful since it first appeared on BBC Northern Ireland five years ago. We’re delighted that viewers across the UK can catch this new generation of beauty queens in this unique dating experiment on BBC iPlayer and BBC Three. Fingers crossed they find love along the way.

Kieran Doherty, CEO of Stellify Media, says; “Beauty queen and single had an amazing journey. From BBC Northern Ireland to BBC Wales to BBC Scotland (and Finland, the Netherlands and Poland) and now we’re delighted to announce it’s coming to BBC Three.”

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