It's Not Me, It's You. Eamonn Holmes.

It's Not Me, It's You

Channel 5 panel show about relationships. 8 episodes (1 series) in 2016. Stars Eamonn Holmes, Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison.

It's Not Me, It's You. Image shows from L to R: Kelly Brook, Eamonn Holmes, Vicky Pattison.

It's Not Me, It's You

Eamonn Holmes hosts this panel show that takes a light-hearted look at the world of relationships

Genre
Panel Show
Broadcast
2016
Channel
Channel 5
Episodes
8   (1 series)
Starring
Eamonn Holmes, Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison
Director
Barbara Wiltshire
Producer
Matt Nida

Eamonn Holmes presides over this panel show based around the world of dating and relationships.

Each week, team captains Kelly Brook and Vicky Pattison, plus four new celebrity guest panellists, go head-to-head over a series of cheeky games and challenges designed to elicit funny personal stories and opinions. The object is to prove that they know what's what in the world of dating and relationships.

'First Impressions' kicks off the show, as the guests have to guess which of them is responsible for a humorous anecdote told by Eamonn.

'You Complete Me' is the missing word round, where panellists play with dating-related quotes.

'Bonkbusters' is a gameshow parody in which the teams have to make a six-degrees style connection from a board of celebrity faces.

In the end game, 'Love at First Swipe', the teams take turns to play a live video Tinder-style game on a giant swipe screen.

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Broadcast details

First broadcast
Thursday 23rd June 2016 on Channel 5 at 10pm
Last new broadcast
Friday 19th August 2016 on Channel 5 at 10pm
Last repeat
Tuesday 9th May 2017 at 1:30am on CC Extra

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