Channel 4 dating show girl
At the end of the show, the woman had to choose one man.
If he was straight, the man and woman would split the prize money, but if he was gay, then he would receive all the money and the woman would receive nothing.
The original FOX version was a surprise hit on Dutch television, prompting RTL Nederland to create its own version in 2005.
In Herken De Homo (Find the Gay One), the at the time 23 year old Nathalie Biermanns was sent to Mexico. At the end, only Marcel remained who turned out to be straight.
After Rebecca eliminated Campbell (who was gay) Chad, Dane and Evan were left for one non-elimination round before appearing in the final episode.
Rebecca chose Chad and he was revealed to be straight.
The programme then presents their feedback after the date. Ofcom chose not to investigate as there was nothing that breached their rules: the show was purely a dating show and did not contain sexual activity, and was shown after the watershed.
It premiered on 25 July 2016 and is presented by Anna Richardson. Each episode can take up to twelve hours to film, although the contestant choosing a date only has to disrobe for fifteen minutes.
The prize fund was decreased 50% to £50,000 (£25,000 each).
Single mum and former Page 3 model Tracy Kiss, 28, from Bedfordshire picked Mark, an electrician from six men.
Matthew, a phone salesman from London, selected Katie, 25, an events manager, from a line-up of women.
The series has been repeated on Channel 4's sister channel, 4Music.
Early reporting revealed Ben Harris to be Mr Gay UK and also said: "Ben Harris, a builder, looks to be one of the favourites to win the show after the first episode in which he played to the builder stereotype." In October 2011, it was announced that Channel 4 had ordered a full second series.
The show was first broadcast in the United States on the Fox Network and premiered on March 12, 2004.