The series follows five couples as they split up to live in separate London apartments for three weeks.During this time, they mingle with and date other people while mulling over whether they want to stay in their relationships or remain single.shaped hole that will emerge in your viewing schedule when this summer’s series draws to an end – but what if we told you ITV are working on yet another show about young singles navigating the ups and downs of love? will swap villa life for swanky city apartments in the heart of London and will focus on couples on a ‘break’ as they test the strength of their struggling relationships.As stated in the official show announcement: ‘Each couple will have a different reason for putting their relationships on ice – from school sweethearts who’ve never dated other people properly, newer relationships that have hit the rocks, or maybe two people who just want a summer of self-discovery before they settle down.Megan, who previously dated Wes Nelson, came out publicly as bisexual earlier this year, revealing that she had her first same-sex romance aged 16.She told The Sun: ‘Since then I’ve slept with girls, but I’ve never had long term romances with girls. Demi, dressed in a high-necked turquoise mini-dress, left the ITV party in a taxi with Megan and their friend Lisa Maffia.Megan Barton Hanson joined Celebs Go Dating to find love with a regular member of the public – but it seems, like many before her, she just can’t shake the reality stars.
If both partners want to get back with each other, they can leave the show and become a couple again.‘The cameras will be there to capture the story of their summer of fun – living in luxury apartments in London these new singletons will go on dates with hand-picked suitors at the hottest venues in town, get to experience out of this world parties and unforgettable moments – it’s going to be their best single life.’ Just like the Islanders, the temporary singletons will go on a serious of exciting dates in the city while mingling with others, before ultimately deciding at the end of the summer whether they want to continue to be single and part ways with their partner for good, or stay together.Paul Mortimer, Head of Digital Channels at ITV said: ‘Hot on the heels of , we’re thrilled to be partnering with Keshet on this unique series."The nice thing is they have the opportunity to have people to go, 'Right, we're going to send you on a date.' When you go through a breakup, you want a friend to come to you and go, 'I've got a date for you, put your make-up on, get your heels on, wash your arse!'," she said."Essentially, we're saying, 'Get out there, there's a whole world out there and you are great and fabulous.'" Comedian Dommett said the show also gave some of the contestants their confidence back after it had been "chipped away" by their relationships.