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I haven't had the chance to have a proper Summer break before because I've been doing long contracts in West End shows like Mamma Mia and Dreamgirls.
I have the whole days free, when everyone is at work, then work in the evenings, so I haven't really had the chance to meet anyone.
In past relationships I have had so many mind games going on and I want someone who bigs me up as much as I big them up. I have had quite a few relationships in my time, none have ever lasted that long and now I'm at a point where I'd actually like to find one that can last.
I like paying compliments and I would like the same in return. I hate when a boy asks you direct 'do you fancy me? Turn offs: I try and be a gentleman and I always try and do the gentlemanly things but I like it to be acknowledged because I think that shows a respectful person.
I don't know what I'm looking for in terms of type, as this is something that's very new to me having come out of a five year relationship.
You might justask the time and they'll say 'Sorry I'm not interested.'Dani Dyer, 21, barmaid, daughter of Danny Dyer, East London Turn ons: Someone who is really genuine. Eyal Booker, 22, model, actor, former popstar, London Turn ons: I'm looking for love!
Applications will still be open until July 14 for those who will be dropped into the show as the summer progresses.
To be in with a chance of getting on the show, all you need to do is fill out the application form (which is available here) and make sure you're 18 or over on or before the application closing date.
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