Line-up announced for new celebrity series of Hot Property
Chloe Ferry, Ellie Diamond, Imogen Thomas, Lawrence Okolie, Ryan-Mark Parsons, Dan Rhodes, Scott Thomas and Snoochie Shy are looking for love in new series of Hot Property on BBC Three
"Had a lit time snooping in other people’s homes, shout out to Filly who was cupid… just less cute, no wings, and from south London." — Snoochie Shy
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After two massive series of Hot Property, presenter Yung Filly returns to BBC Three. But this time, Filly will be joined by celebrity singletons on a search for love.
Meeting the celebs in their hometowns, TV’s ultimate wingman, Yung Filly, will embark on a celebrity matchmaking tour of the UK – finding dates in Dundee, Essex, Newcastle, London, Manchester, South Wales and Rochdale…
On Filly’s arrival, the celebs are matched with potential suitors, as they decide who to date purely based on the stuff they own, the rooms they live in, and the commentary from their friends and family.
Finally, they’re taken on a date IRL. Will the attraction still stand?
Ellie Diamond, finalist of the second series of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, invites Filly to her home town of Dundee and beyond.
Ellie Diamond says: “I loved having Filly here in Scotland - and having a nosy into other people’s houses was so fun! I can't wait for you all to see what we got up to.”
Geordie reality TV star Chloe Ferry showed us Newcastle like we’ve never seen it before. Is there love to be found in the toon yet?
Chloe Ferry says: "It was such a fantastic experience filming with the BBC for Hot Property. I loved meeting Filly who kept me laughing as I was nervous about my blind date… but you will have to keep your eyes peeled to find out more!”
In 2019 Ryan-Mark Parsons was the youngest-ever contestant of The Apprentice, winning over fans of the show with his one-liners. Will he use his famous wit successfully on his date in London?
Ryan-Mark Parsons says: “Hot Property has put some spice back into my life. Filly has been the chilli to my boiled chicken breast — filming the show was an exciting & wild experience.”
Scott Thomas is a reality TV star and entrepreneur. Filly ventures up north to meet Scott in his home town of Manchester.
Scott Thomas says: “I genuinely had the best time filming Hot Property with Yung Filly! This guys energy is amazing and we got up to some right mischief scoping round the three properties. I definitely didn’t expect to find what we found, and my final date was VERY different to what I’m used to. BUT I loved the whole experience!”
BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Snoochie Shy is looking for a date in London. Can Filly help her?
Snoochie Shy says: “Had a lit time snooping in other people’s homes, shout out to Filly who was cupid… just less cute, no wings, and from south London.”
The former Miss Wales, model, and TV star, Imogen Thomas invites Filly to South Wales to find herself a date.
Imogen Thomas says: ‘I loved being back in my homeland, showing Yung Filly the way of the Welsh and had a fab time filming the series’
Magician Dan Rhodes has millions of followers on YouTube and TikTok, famous for his incredible tricks. He’s never been on a date before… will Filly, the ultimate wingman, help him find one at home in Rochdale?
Dan Rhodes says: “This was such a fun experience. It brings dating to a whole new level and was very funny at times while filming. I had a blast with everyone and even managed to get a few tricks in there too!”
Pro boxer Lawrence Okolie steps out of the ring and into the dating scene, bringing Filly over to Essex to find him a match.
Lawrence Okolie says: “What an experience Hot Property was, I had the best time filming the show and I now know Filly is my go to wingman in the search for Mrs Okolie.”
Hot Property (8x30’) is a BBC Studios Factual Entertainment Production made by Digital Originals and commissioned by Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC Three and Dwayne Eaton, Commissioning Editor, BBC Entertainment. The Executive Producer for BBC Studios is James Corbin, the Series Producer is Ciara Murray and the Series Director is Jim Ashley.
Source BBC Three
February 14, 2022 7:00am ET by BBC Three