MTV are looking for Edinburgh people to take part in series two of Catfish UK, here’s how to sign up

Have you ever been catfished? If the answer is yes, then the makers of MTV's Catfish UK would like to hear from you as they prepare for the show's second series.

By Liam Rudden
Friday, 4th February 2022, 12:30 pm
Updated Friday, 4th February 2022, 2:00 pm
Presenter Oobah Butler

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A catfish is someone who lures a person into a relationship by adopting a fictional online persona, a trend that’s becoming increasingly common in a world where many romantic relationships and friendships start via apps and websites.

Whether someone is worried that they’re in love or have become friends with a catfish, or would like to come clean to the person they’re catfishing, Viacom Studios UK reckon they can help.

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​A spokesperson says, “​I’m excited to say that we are now casting for Series 2 of MTV’s Catfish UK and we are looking for people to apply from Edinburgh. ​

“Each episode brings couples together who've interacted solely through the internet. They've supposedly fallen in love or become best friends; we arrange for them to finally meet in real life for the first time.

“​We’re looking for couples and friends who have never met up in person or even seen each other on video chat. Whether they want to finally meet their online love or friend face-to-face, have something to confess or simply want to get to the bottom of why they always cancel dates, we would love to hear from them.​”

​Presented by ​Julie Adenuga​ and​ Oobah Butler​, Catfish UK is a spin of from the US series Catfish: The TV Show, a reality-based documentary​ based on the 2010 film Catfish

To register your interest to take part in the series, you must be aged 18+. Apply here.

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