"The concept is taking place in America and I would go all over America and try different restaurants.
But the concept still needs to be discussed (pending) signing the contract, which I still need to do." Wotherspoon was chastised after allegedly duping men into first dates in exchange for a free dinner at high-end restaurants and then blogging about the experience to the point of receiving death threats.
, the British public has fallen in love with a genre that mixes the suspense of "Will they, won't they?
For over a decade now, we've replaced rom-coms with rom-competitions.
The woman who dines and dashes out on men she considers less-than-dashing will soon have her own reality TV show.
Actress Erin Wotherspoon, 24, gained notoriety in November after her Tumblr blog, A Penniless Girl, Bad Dates and Plenty of Oysters, caught the eye of media.
At its height, in the 1980s, more than 18 million viewers tuned in to a show that was one of TV's heaviest hitters. The ITV show remained mostly unchanged from the formats that inspired it – apart from the introduction of "ditch or date", which involved the picker being able to dump their date after seeing what they looked like.
When , the show in which women from the city vied for the attention of a farmer, did not do well here, but it became one of Fremantle Media's biggest sellers in international markets.