Dannii Minogue will once again be playing Cupid this summer


Finished watching the hit gay dating show I Kissed A Boy? Wishing there was one for girls who liked girls? Well, you’re in luck because BBC Three have announced that they will be making a spin-off series called I Kissed A Girl. The new queer dating show will be hosted by none other than pop icon and LGBTQIA+ ally Dannii Minogue who will get to play Cupid once again. 

In this new show, 10 single girls will be matched up and will meet for the first time with just a kiss. No chat. No messages. Just a kiss to test out their chemistry before they kickstart a summer of love. We cannot wait to see what twists and turns come out of this ground-breaking new show. 

Dannii Minogue said: “After showing that love truly is for everyone with I Kissed A Boy, I am thrilled to have the chance to be Cupid again for girls in this second series. I’m so excited to see if we can find more connections, chemistry and hopefully love sealed with a kiss – here come the girls!”

If this is sounding like something you want to get involved in, casting is now open for I Kissed A Girl. Applicants can apply via the BBC Take Part website or an online application form.

Fiona Campbell, Controller for Youth Audiences, BBC Three and BBC iPlayer said: “I Kissed A Girl will follow our brilliant first series I Kissed A Boy, which is the first gay dating show in the UK, bringing another fresh perspective on the LGBTQ+ dating space. We hope audiences are enjoying the series currently airing on BBC Three and are excited for what the next series will have in store.”

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