With Christmas firmly out of the way and the January blues setting in, many of us will no doubt be looking ahead to the next big calendar event of the year to cheer us up – Valentine’s Day.
BBC Three has commissioned Lion TV’s entertainment team (Playing It Straight, World Series Of Dating, Officially Amazing) to make a broadcast pilot of a brand-new dating show called Sexy Beasts.
Relationships which begin in the workplace are more likely to lead to marriage than those which start elsewhere, new research has revealed.
Two thirds of Brits feel starved of affection, according to new research. A study of 2,000 people aged 25-54 in relationships shows many feel their ‘work-hard, play-hard’ lifestyle leaves little time for intimacy.
Love Actually has been hailed as the perfect first date movie – while The Exorcist was named as the worst, according to new research.
The average coupled-up man has a secret crush on three women – with friends, colleagues or mate’s partners’ topping the list, it has been revealed.
Innovative new dating site DoingSomething.co.uk and iconic karaoke bar Lucky Voice are taking the awkward out of speed dating with new monthly night ‘Speed Duetting’, a dating experience where you really can check out the talent!
Hollywood heartthrob and confirmed bachelor, George Clooney, recently ended another relationship based on his supposed ‘commitment issues’; his split with Stacy Keibler was reportedly due to the fact that he did not want children.
Women reckon the average bloke scores seven out of ten in bed – but men only rate themselves as a six, according to new research.
The original gay male dating website surveys over 4,000 members on the most fancied celebrities to compile how the sexiest man should look.
It seems the on-going financial downturn has changed the very psychology behind the UK dating scene, according to TopCashback.co.uk, as nearly 9 in 10 Brits (87%) say they wouldn't ditch their date if they attempted to settle the bill by using downloaded money-off vouchers.
The words ‘I Love You’ never leave the lips of one in ten coupled-up Brits, research has shown.
Love-struck brides-to-be are so desperate to bag their dream engagement ring that they will chip in for it themselves, a survey has revealed.
For couples who don’t share a bank account, summer holiday budgets can be unnecessarily complicated. There are usually hotel, restaurant and miscellaneous bills to be settled, which can lead to awkward verbal wrangling as to who picks up the tab and a string of promises as to who will ‘get the next one’.
UK dating site match.com has released the results from its annual LoveGeist survey, giving a real insight into the average Londoner’s love life.
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