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Calum Best and James Argent sign up to Celebs Go Dating

A host of famous names, including James Argent, are looking to find love in the upcoming series of Celebs Go Dating,

Calum Best and James Argent are just two of the stars confirmed to appear in the new series of Celebs Go Dating.

The E4 show is set to return for a third series later this month (Aug17) and the new line-up has been revealed, with some familiar faces signing up in the hope of finding love.

Calum, son of late former footballer George Best who played for Manchester United, is adding the programme to his list of reality TV appearances, previously featuring on everything from Celebrity Love Island to Come Dine With Me. Calum has been linked to celebrities including actress Lindsay Lohan and singer Sarah Harding over the years.

The Only Way is Essex star James has also made the cut following his on/off relationship with co-star Lydia Bright. His involvement comes after a stint in a rehab clinic in Thailand to help him lead a healthy lifestyle.

Fellow TOWIE man Bobby Norris has joined the show too to find Mr. Right after several failed romances, one of which was with his co-star Harry Derbidge.

Made in Chelsea beauty Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo is on the hunt for love as well, having yet to find the man of her dreams on the E4 series set in wealthy west London.

Making up the rest of the contestants is Charlotte Dawson, daughter of comedian Les Dawson, DJ and presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford and former X-Factor finalist and Celebrity Big Brother alum Frankie Cocozza.

Hosts and matchmakers Eden Blackman and Nadia Essex will return to set the celebs up, which Georgia can't wait for.

"I am so excited to be part of this series’ dating agency!" she told Sun Online. "After living my life in front of the cameras on Made in Chelsea and having many unlucky in love moments, I felt it was time to turn to the professionals Nadia and Eden.

"I am ready to meet the perfect guy and I hope they can find me my Mr Right.”

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