Arlesey carpenter set to reappear on Take Me Out for anniversary episode

Adam Brown from Arlesey is appearing on the anniversary episode of Take Me Out tomorrow night. Pictu

Adam Brown from Arlesey is appearing on the anniversary episode of Take Me Out tomorrow night. Picture: ITV and Fremantle Media UK - Credit: Archant

An Arlesey carpenter will appear on ITV show Take Me Out this weekend for the second time, as part of its 10-year anniversary.

Tomorrow's episode of Take Me Out features Chloe Sims and Claudia Fragapane. Picture: ITV and Freman

Tomorrow's episode of Take Me Out features Chloe Sims and Claudia Fragapane. Picture: ITV and Fremantle Media UK - Credit: Archant

Adam Brown, who also works at The Loft in Shefford, will be one of 30 men competing to win the affection of two celebrity ladies.

Traditionally, the popular dating show involves women using lighted podiums to indicate whether they are interested in men who enter via ‘the love lift’.

This special episode will see a role reversal, with the panel made up of presenter Paddy McGuinness’ favourite male contestants.

Adam appeared on the show back in 2014 and managed to land a date and a holiday with Stacey Wright from Oldham.

The show's presenter Paddy McGuiness hand picked his favourite male participants from the last 10 ye

The show's presenter Paddy McGuiness hand picked his favourite male participants from the last 10 years. Picture: ITV and Fremantle Media UK - Credit: Archant

He says of his latest appearance: “Paddy chose the guys that he wanted to come back and the two girls that are coming down the lift are celebrities.

“All the boys that have come back are really sound, and everyone got on really well.”

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The Only Way is Essex star Chloe Sims and Olympic gymnast and Strictly Come Dancing star Claudia Fragapane will feature on the show, which airs tomorrow night at 6pm on ITV.

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