Last series brought us f*cking hilarious commentary, Stephen Bear asking every single women he met if they've got shaved noonies and the adorable dating evolution of Diversity's Perri Keily – so we're expecting BIG things.
Now the line-up for the third series has been confirmed!
If MTV follows this template (which is looking likely) it’s not the kind of show for the kind hearted soul or the meek.
This is a place where gentle spirits are mangled for cheap laughs. From the video trailer for the show, which features the brothers chatting while pictures where they look like Gus Van Sant film extras fly about (making it feel like a dating profile set in a Japanese photo-booth), it’s not exactly clear if the Jeddies are looking for two people or just one person to fulfil their relationship dreams. Anyone who witnessed , will know it was skin-shreddingly uncomfortable.
The true sadness of the show was that most of those featured believed that they were above their mirror-image, fame-hungry selves sitting across the table, who were only dating them to get on telly. It was a narcissist’s circus, a show where Stephen Bear was king, a man who so completely imbues toxic masculinity that it emits from his pores like a new Davidoff fragrance, a Neil La Bute nightmare transported to East London.
This was a callous, cold environment made for the likes of Stephanie Pratt, the reality telly veteran, whose battle weary, dead eyes have survived not only .
They are like popstars that have been thawed out from the late 1990s.