The biggest challenge for Freddie will be if there’s a sexy man in The Circle and he blows his own cover. : If I won the fifty grand I would definitely be sensible, I would want to bring something out like a clothing line.
In a nutshell: Mitchell is a bar supervisor from Norfolk.
He’s the self-proclaimed ‘King of Tinder’ and the ultimate lad.
In a nutshell: Sian is a fun-loving, fashion student whose modelling career took off when she started posting pictures online.
She has a background in athletics and is super competitive – she hates to lose at anything.
She feels she doesn’t need to change her looks or her personality because she’s already the social media real deal. In The Circle he plans to flirt with the boys and befriend the girls in a bid to be most popular.
Alex isn’t new to the concept of being “catfished” – he was prey to a catfish in his very own Tinder nightmare when he had been messaging a 25-year-old, petite Canadian blonde called Taylor – only to turn up to a date to find out Taylor was actually an older man.
Contestants are given the chance of playing The Circle as themselves or with a profile they’ve imagined – it’s the ultimate personality test. But I’d never get cosmetic surgery because I’ve got a massive phobia of pain and needles.
Eight brave hopefuls complete the contestant line-up for this very timely reality show. In a nutshell: Aiden works in a call centre by day and is “Wakefield’s favourite” shot girl by night. In a nutshell: Alex carved out his early career as one of the content producers for UNILAD and worked his way up through social marketing before launching his own comedy and memes account.
In a nutshell: Dan is a former estate agent who prides himself on his charming sales skills.
He describes himself as ambitious, honest, impatient, caring and loyal.
I might do a bit of body editing: maybe a breast lift and some liposuction because I’ve put on weight since having a child.