He will then have a chance to ask one question to the last two women, before choosing which woman he wants to go on the date with by turning off one more light.
Alternatively, if the man had been left with two lights at the end of round 3, he will just ask his question to the two remaining women but if there is only one light left at the end of round 3, he will go on the date with that girl without asking her his question.
ITV’S Take Me Out has been a staple of dating shows since host Paddy Mc Guinness first came down the Love Lift in 2010.
But the channel is also trying out a new, Blind Date-style show called Big Date Night.
International versions of the show began screening in Denmark as Dagens Mand (Today's Man) from 2008, with the Netherlands the first country to use the title "Take Me Out" in 2009.
The objective of the show is for a single man to obtain a date with one of thirty single women.
“The idea is that the audience are the stars of the show, so lots of interaction, fun and chaos.” I’m told that in the run-through, BGT’s warm-up man Stuart Holdham hosted, but bosses want a big name such as Alan Carr if it makes it to TV.
They’d be better off giving it to Stuart who I’ve seen first-hand is very funny.
Lovely Jubbly follows wheeler-dealer stallholders at Dagenham Market, Essex, as they flog their wares.
A source said: “The traditional Sunday market hasn’t faded into the archives like the much-loved Only Fools.
The women stand on stage underneath thirty white lights, each with a button in front of them.
A single man is then brought on stage and tries to persuade the women to agree to a date in a series of rounds, playing a pre-recorded video discussing his background, displaying a skill (such as dancing or playing a musical instrument), or playing another video in which the man's friends or family reveal more about his virtues and philosophy.
After asking if they like men or women, the host gets the audience to stand, then sit when they answer the contestant’s questions wrongly.