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But they must remember ‘no likey, no lighty – if the girls don’t like what they see, then the boys face a blackout and a lonely trip back home. She even took centre stage after revealing to the cheeky presenter that she enjoyed hula-hooping in her spare time.Sharlene, who lives in Telford and is currently studying business management at Birmingham City University, joined the line of up of girls looking for love on the ITV show last month. There was applause as Paddy passed her a hoop and told her to ‘take it away’.After watching Paddy Mc Guinness’ popular dating show for years, 21-year-old Sharlene Bayliss couldn’t resist applying for the chance to leave her light on for love.Take Me Out, which is now in its 10th series, has been responsible for seven weddings, three babies – with another two on the way.
“I applied mainly for the experience, I never expected to find someone out of it. “Hula-hooping on the show was great fun – I didn’t expect to do that,” she tells Weekend.When asked why he had kept her light on by Paddy, he said he thought she was ‘stunning’.After being introduced, the pair disappeared in the Love Lift and were then whisked away to get to know each other.In his role as master matchmaker, Paddy aims to find 30 single women a date and in the process the man of their dreams.