Celebs Go Dating chaos as two stars ‘caught hooking up’ behind experts’ back

Celebs Go Dating is facing chaos as two unlikely stars from the show were "caught secretly hooking up" behind the dating agents' backs, it's been said.

Dating expert Anna Williamson and love guru Paul Brunson are back fronting the London-based agency with a new set of celebs.

Ulrika Jonsson, Married At First Sight UK’s Nikita Jasmine, TOWIE’s Chloe Brockett, and Made In Chelsea star Miles Nazaire are among the stars looking for love.

Also, Apprentice star Ryan-Mark Parsons and English rapper Abz Love have put it all on the line to have a number of dates with 'normal' members of the public.

As filming has started the dating experts were left gobsmacked after two celebs started hooting up behind their backs, reports The Sun.

The paper claims The Only Way Is Essex star Chloe and Made In Chelsea's Miles have found romance together on the set of the show.

A source explained how the pair can't keep their hands off each other.

The insider said: “From the moment they met, Miles and Chloe had really intense chemistry and it was clear to everyone that something was going on behind the agency's back."

It wouldn't be the first time celebs have hooked up on the series.

In previous seasons, DJ Tom Zanett and MIC star Sophie Hermann ended up dating for over a year after meeting each other on the reality TV show.

X-Factor singer Frankie Cocozza and Charlotte Dawson also found a fling on the series, as well as, Meghan Barton Hanson and Demi Sims, Joey Essex and Stephanie Pratt, and Olivia Attwood with Sam Craske.

Anna and Paul are hoping to help set up the new bunch of stars for the new series.

Anna said: “I’m so excited to get the agency back up and running.

"We are really intrigued to see what dating looks like for the celebs now the world is opening back up and seeing how our dates get on.”

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