This Country's Daisy May Cooper is appearing in a new dating show

New television show, Dating No Filter, will feature comedians including This Country’s Daisy May Cooper and The Masked Singer’s Joel Dommett.

Star of This Country Daisy May Cooper will be appearing in a new dating show on Sky One and NOW TV.

Dating No Filter is coming to our screens in February 2021 and will see singletons sent on first dates, all of which will feature quick-witted commentary from a whole host of comedians — including Daisy.

The daters will find themselves doing a range of activities such as axe throwing, ballroom dancing, pole dancing and visiting a goat farm all while trying to break the ice.

Daisy, who is from Cirencester and recently appeared in Channel 4’s Taskmaster will star alongside other comedians including Joel Dommett, Josh Widdicombe, Tom Allen, Suzi Ruffell, Susan Wokoma, Tom Lucy, Rosie Jones, Judi Love, Chunkz and Yung Filly.

Daisy May Cooper said: ‘I cannot tell you the amount of times Susie and I have been sat in Wetherspoons p***** on Pinot analysing other people’s cringey Tinder dates. Now we’re getting paid for it…..honestly can’t believe it.’

The show will air from Wednesday 25 February 2021 on Sky One and NOW TV.

By Maddy Richards


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