In a world where most people find love by swiping left and right, Flirty Dancing offers a more romantic approach to dating by transporting us back to a time when people met each other on the dance floor. In this brand new series, self-confessed romantic and choreographer Ashley Banjo plays cupid and uses the art of dance to bring hopeful singletons together.
Ashley believes something electric happens when people dance together – so each week he takes two complete strangers and teaches them one half of a fully choreographed routine. After four days of rehearsing separately they will meet for the first time in a spectacular location and dance together in silence.
Without conversation can they find a connection? If there agree there is chemistry they will decide to meet again – will it be love at first dance?
Michael Hogan, The Telegraph