MTV International Introduces ‘Single AF,’ A New ‘Social Series’ Format Going Live Across Social Platforms June 26, 2017
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MTV INTERNATIONAL INTRODUCES ‘SINGLE AF,’ A NEW ‘SOCIAL SERIES’ FORMAT GOING LIVE ACROSS SOCIAL PLATFORMS JUNE 26, 2017
Celebrities including Farrah Abraham, Jedward, Elliot Crawford and Casey Johnson embark on worldwide search for love the MTV way, calling on input from fans
Follow @MTVsingleAF #MTVsingleAF around the globe from 26 June to 11 July and help sexy singles find their match!
Singapore — 20 June, 2017 — Single AF or Single.Available.Famous is MTV International’s new social-first format playing out live across MTV’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat accounts over two weeks in June and July.
Kicking off live filming on 26 June, Single AF will take celebrities on a live social quest for love around the world that fans can follow and weigh in on over social. The catch? The singles must be up for anything and willing to play the dating game ‘the MTV way.’
MTV will dare a global slate of celebrity personalities to look for love in unconventional ways they’ve never tried before including American Teen Mom Farrah Abraham, Irish popstars Jedward, English YouTube star Elliot Crawford, and London boyband alumna Casey Johnson.
The singles will face everything from bizarre love theories (e.g. Can you date someone who looks like your mother?) to asking their followers to make suggestions on who to date, and even participate in the game on social.
At the end of the two weeks of traveling the world and dating, the singles will take their top date to an exclusive castle in Paris and spend time together as a group, to further explore whether they’ve met their perfect match.
Follow @MTVsingleAF #MTVsingleAF from 26 June to 10 July to capture our singles’ dating adventures, weigh in on their dates in real time, and see which daters make it to the grand finale — which will play out in a separate series later this year.
Single AF is produced by Gobstopper TV.
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