Girlfriends renewed for series two
'Girlfriends' will return for a second series as a new trio of hopeless romantics attempt to find the man of their dreams
'Girlfriends' is coming back for a second series.
The ITV2 show, hosted by Emma Willis, will once again follow three very different women's quest to find The One and their struggles with the realities of the dating world.
The eight-part series sees the three singletons select several men they would like to become acquainted with, in the hope they feel the same way.
The women then support and advise one another during the tough decision-making process as they go on a series of dates with their potential suitors.
The men are whittled down one by one until the hopefuls find their Prince Charming - but things don't always go to plan.
There is as yet no start date for the new 'Girlfriends' series, which will be produced by Studio Lambert.
Bubbly host Emma Willis seems to be the right choice to front the show, having already found the man of her dreams in former Busted star Matt Willis.
The presenter is proud of the rocker for conquering his addictions by checking into rehab just months before their wedding in 2008 and being five years sober.
She said: "I couldn't be prouder of him. He was five years clean in march. He looks brilliant and I really fancy him - more than ever before. Matt's turned himself around in every way."