The celebrities will be thrown into all sorts of dating situations with blind dates and even silent dates being added this time around.So, without further ado let us find out what we know about the latest series.

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Jade has also been appointed an MBE for her glittering sporting career.

Welcoming all of the new clients to the agency is delectable receptionist Tom Read Wilson, who provides a shoulder to cry on and dating advice when the celebs need it most.

The fourth series of the hit E4 show is thought to be hitting our screens next year and, whilst it hasn’t exactly produced any lasting relationships as of yet, here’s hoping it could work out for Lozza.

It comes after the reality star confirmed in a candid Instagram video posted in September that she and Joey – who is currently serving part of a 16-year prison sentence for drugs-related charges – actually ended their relationship quite a while ago.

Lauren had previously gushed about the romance and suggested that she hoped to have a baby with Joey in the future. Well she’s no stranger to having her love life play out on screen, having previously dated and become engaged to Mark Wright during the early days of TOWIE before their split in 2011.

Celebs Go Dating is back once again with eight single celebrities in a fourth series of the smash hit E4 series.Gemma Collins, Mike Thalassitis, Tallia Storm, London Hughes, Ollie Locke, Jonathan Lipnicki and Jade Jones will be seeking help from dating experts Nadia Essex and Eden Blackman.Dating gurus Nadia and Eden plan to make things tougher than ever when matching the single stars with members of the general public in the quest to find them real love, but who is Jade Jones? Jade Jones is a 24 year old Welsh athlete who represents Great Britain at taekwondo.And unlucky-in-love Love Island star Mike Thalassitis was also thought to be eyeing up a spot on the dating show.Now it's been confirmed that Gemma HAS joined the show following her heartache with ex Arg on the last series of TOWIE.Dating apps have become a game, and with every swipe we've all moved further from the real connections that we crave.