Stars of the new series of the Undateables appeared on This Morning where they discussed their ‘fabulous’ dates on the Channel 4 show.
Dancer Tobi Green-Adenowo, 25, and nursing manager Esther Fulls, 45, appeared on the ITV daytime show on Thursday ahead of the new series which starts next week.
Tobi, 25, has Osteogenesis imperfecta type III, meaning she has brittle bones which break really easily while Esther has arteriovenous malformation (AVM), which causes increased blood flow into one area.
Speaking on the programme Tobi said while she may be fearless on the dance floor, she is still on the lookout for Mr Right.
‘I would really love for someone to come along and scoop me off my feet – I would literally scream form the hilltops…finally!’ she said, in a sneak peak ahead of next week’s new series.
Meanwhile Esther has a clear idea in mind of what she is looking for.
She said: ‘Mr Darcey – if he knocked on my door I’d fall into his arms. I hope someone will meet me and see that beauty on the inside.’
On the show earlier this morning, presenter Eamonn Holmes asked the duo what it was like getting a phone call from a TV company which turns out to be making The Undateables.