Steve Jones / Credit: FAMOUS Viewers of the series will be able to watch singles going on dates and afterwards give them feedback live on what they saw.Chatting about the new series, Jones said: "The first thing you ask when you meet a new couple is, 'How did you meet? "So with this show, if we can actually show a geniune meeting of two people who go on to be together beyond that, I think that's definitely worth watching. I can't wait." The series will be made up of eight episodes and will follow the lives of six young people living in an apartment in London's East End, all of whom are looking for love.Don't turn up on the date bringing your representative, that person's who's like 'oh yes, I'm so intelligent, well travelled' just be yourself. The veil slips pretty quickly - by date four or five they get to know the real you and they might not like that and you've wasted someone's time. Of course, if you're an absolute d**khead, maybe don't be yourself...I think when I first started dating when I was younger, I definitely tried to be someone that perhaps I wasn't.Speaking to Digital Spy about the show, Jones enthused: "I think I'm more excited about this show than I've been about any other show in a long time."It's got all the elements - real people, it's live, it's on Channel 4 my spiritual home.It's got all the elements that excite me and get me out of bed in the morning."Now happily married to American model Phylicia Jackson, the star has given us six tips for successful dating.A source told The Mirror: ‘It might seem to have happened incredibly quickly to outsiders given that they only had a few weeks to plan the entire day but they couldn’t be happier.They spent two months on a road trip around Europe over the summer which is when Steve decided she really was the one.’ Steve proposed in front of Phylicia’s family in Italy one month ago.
That’s right, the Welsh TV presenter – who previously worked his charms on a host of famous ladies including Halle Berry, Fearne Cotton and Hayden Panettiere – tied the knot with model Phylicia Jackson on Monday.During the same interview posted by digital spy on 6 "We had a karaoke fun bus around central London, we went down to the Thames and got on a boat and played beer pong all afternoon.We got back on the karaoke bus, then went to the Landmark Hotel until the early hours.He has famously always rejected the idea of settling down. There’s, like, three billion out there.’ So, at the risk of sounding like Big Brother’s Nikki Grahame, who IS Phylicia Jackson?The Las Vegas-born stunner who made an honest man of Steve, has done modelling campaigns for Levi Strauss as well as being a regular in magazines including wedding theme and bikini shoots.