A new feel-good dating show with a twist is coming to BBC Lifestyle.
In "Flirty Dancing", self-confessed romantic and choreographer Ashley Banjo plans to play cupid using his skills to bring people together through the art of dance.
Banjo, who met his wife through dancing, believes something electric happens when people dance together – so each week he takes two complete strangers and sends them on a mesmerising dance date like no other in a series of spectacular locations.
Ashley will teach each person one half of a fully choreographed routine, they rehearse separately without setting eyes on their match, then after just four days of rehearsals, they see each other for the first time – no talking, just dancing.
“I met my wife while dancing, so I believe that dance brings out a spark that you would not necessarily see immediately through a normal conversation,” said Banjo.