Celebs Go Dating relationship expert Anna Williamson has revealed she would love Maisie Smith to join the agency.
But while it’s not known if the two have hit it off away from the cameras, Anna told Entertainment Daily that Maisie would be the perfect contestant.
Celebs Go Dating: What did Anna Williamson say?
When asked who she would love to see on the E4 dating show, the 39 year old admitted soap stars have proven to be a hit.
She exclusively told ED!: “Anyone who is authentic and wants to do the show for the right reasons.
Maybe Tiffany from EastEnders could be a really good shout.
“We’ve particularly enjoyed working with Kimberly Hart-Simpson this series, so to have another soap star would be great.
“Maybe Tiffany [Maisie] from EastEnders could be a really good shout. They do tend to be quite authentic the actors.”
What did Anna Williamson say about the celebs this year?
Meanwhile, on the current series, Anna has been busy working on Love Island’s Curtis Pritchard.
The professional dancer split from Maura Higgins earlier this year.
And the relationship expert revealed it was pretty tough for Curtis,.
Indeed, viewers watched as he appeared close to tears while talking about Maura in a recent episode.
“He still hasn’t unpacked and processed the very emotional relationship he had with Maura,” Anna explained.
According to Anna, Curtis isn’t the only celeb opening up on their failed romances.
In addition, she shared: “Wayne Lineker does start to unpack his past love life.
“He’s had a complicated love life and we get to the root cause of why he now tends to favour younger women, because he didn’t always.”
The controversial businessman has made no secret of dating younger women, having previously explained he “doesn’t date anyone under 25”.
But could the 58-year-old change his ways for good?
Anna added: “We definitely make progress with Wayne, but I will say he was probably our most tricky and stubborn clients. I do think the ultimate test will be when his clubs reopen.”
Anna’s view on reality dating shows
The relationship guru knows it takes a lot for celebs to open up on camera.
However, she admitted viewers should never take it too seriously.
When asked whether TV is the right place for celebs to find love, she explained: “I think being authentic and vulnerable is highly important. Fundamentally, you need to do that when you come into the dating world.
“Putting yourself on TV is always going to be a gamble because you can’t control how people will interpret you. There’s absolutely a place for reality TV and dating shows – but take it with a pinch of salt.”
And what support does CGD give to their stars?
She continued: “We have every single one of our contestants back – and that goes for the celebrities and non celebrities. We support them and they have our full duty of care.”
Joey is back to join the agency… could this be third time lucky? Find out tonight in brand new #CelebsGoDating: The Mansion, 9pm on E4 🤩 Missed any of the series so far? Catch up on All 4 @JoeyEssex_ pic.twitter.com/eBKXNzdCQr
— Celebs Go Dating (@CelebsGoDating) February 10, 2021
Joey Essex returns to the Celebs Go Dating agency
Tonight making their Celebs Go Dating comeback is none other than Joey Essex.
But will it be third time lucky for the former TOWIE hunk? You’ll have to tune in tonight (February 10) to see!
Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion airs Sunday to Thursday at 9pm on E4.
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