Great Yarmouth woman to star on Blind Date Christmas special

PUBLISHED: 11:25 19 December 2017 | UPDATED: 16:45 19 December 2017

Loren Nichols is seen in the middle of the three women vying to be chosen on Blind Date. Picture: Guy Levy

Loren Nichols is seen in the middle of the three women vying to be chosen on Blind Date. Picture: Guy Levy

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A woman from the Great Yarmouth area is to appear on the Blind Date Christmas special and will seen twerking to try and win a man’s heart.

Loren Nichols, a professional dancer who now lives in London and works as a theatre manager, will appear on the show as one of three women vying to be chosen by a Glasgow man dressed as Prince Charming.

Loren dresses up as tinkerbell and in an advert for the show can be seen twerking.

A statement from the The Channel Five show says: “Loren confesses that she usually goes for good looking bad boys when she’s looking for romance, but has set her eyes on finding a nice guy this Christmas.

“A graduate of one of Europe’s most prestigious contemporary dance schools, Loren is a born performer. Now single for over a year and a half, Loren is ready to find the man of her dreams.”

She had been duty house manager at the Norwich Playhouse and assistant show manager/usher at the Norwich Theatre Royal.

The Blind Date Christmas special is on at 8pm on December 23 and is hosted by Paul O’Grady.

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