Made Television, the leading regional television network, will unveil its eclectic line-up of contestants who are ravenous for love on Tuesday 17 October at 7pm, when it airs the first of its six part reality dating series, ‘M Club’s Game of Attraction’.
The King of Ink Land, 37 who claims to be among Britain’s most tattooed men, will compete with Bollywood Star, Dizzy Patel, 46; 23 year old controversy-loving heart-throb, Bobby Brandwood and wand-waving magician Chris Swann, 31 for a spell-binding date with an equally eclectic array of love matches.
Love matches include horror-movie obsessive, Darcey Clark, 19; Jodi Mitchell, 26 who, unlike her almost name-sake Joni, doesn’t believe in true love; Sarah Kinsella, 26 who is finally ready to put love first and ‘Yummy Mummy’ Shantel Smith, 30. They will compete in the ‘Game of Attraction’ melting pot, which promises a toe-curling concoction of lust, drama, jealousy and love triangles for the 20 men and women who participate.
Set in the seductive setting of Birmingham’s M Club, Made Television’s upcoming weekly series ‘M Club’s Game of Attraction’, will entice contestants to reveal their most lascivious, visceral or tender desires both on and off camera. Contestants will be invited to accept or reject invitations into the covert ‘Room of Attraction’ for some 1 on 1 time away from the cameras. Meanwhile, tense scenes unfold outside, with showdowns, flirting, malicious back-biting and tender trysts taking place among the other contestants.
Yvie Burnett, celebrated singer and former X Factor vocal coach to the stars, hosts the show and is hopeful for at least one match made in heaven.
Says Yvie, “We have some amazing personalities on the show and the chemistry between them has been sizzling from the get go. With a number of love triangles already in the making, the series is set to produce some explosive relationships, turning fantasy into reality in the Game of Attraction!”
The show adds a spiritual twist to the drama and exploits of the contestants, by providing an expert opinion on their romantic potential, from body language and spiritualist aficionado, David Maddox. He says: ‘My mission is to break down the contestants’ inhibitions and find out what their true inner self is. With the amount of flirting, outrageous behaviour and passion sizzling off-camera, I believe the show will have viewers glued to their seats every week.’