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The show won the Lew Grade Award at the British Academy Television Awards in 1995.
The first episode of Series 17, on 10 November 2001, was reportedly watched at GMT by seven million viewers – 32% of the audience.
A contestant named Nicola Gill came on the show, claiming she was a temporary secretary, when she was actually a journalist for Cosmopolitan Magazine.
When Black found out about this, she exploited the truth on the show, leading Gill to get booed by the audience, and her date to go away in total shock.
Before the decision Our Graham (replaced in the final ITV series by Tommy Sandhu), who was never seen, gave an amusing reminder of each contestant.
The couple then picked an envelope naming their destination.
Love it or hate it, reality is now a staple of American television — and it doesn’t seem like it’s going anywhere any time soon.
But, in the endless sea of reality shows, there are a few that have been lost to the sands of time.However, ITV briefly aired a similar replacement show in 2004 hosted by Davina Mc Call, called Love on a Saturday Night and since 2010, Take Me Out, hosted by Paddy Mc Guinness which is still airing.Blind Date returned on , as part of ITV's coverage of a concert held outside the Tower of London to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the charity The Prince's Trust.Although, this was around a million fewer than tuned in to its debut episode in the previous series.This was likely to state that its popularity was on the wane.At the height of its popularity in the 1980s, 18.2 million tuned in on a Saturday night.Black's scouse accent and her catchphrases became familiar throughout the United Kingdom.No matter who you are, you’ve probably got at least one that you (secretly) enjoy.Not sure what it says about human nature, but watching dramatic makeovers and backstabbing contestants is just something that we can’t look away from.Each child was given ,000 for participating, but the ones who excel had a chance to earn an additional ,000-50,000.To no one’s surprise, the show faced a lot of criticism and legal issues and was eventually cancelled.