Come Date with Me
2 Series, 6 Episodes
The second series of the culinary contest from Ireland begins with a Dublin celebrity special in which the prize money goes to charity. Night one's host is singer/songwriter Brian Kennedy.
The host on night two of the Dublin celebrity special is Ireland AM's entertainment reporter Noel Cunningham, who is aiming for a peaceful dinner despite a growing feud between his guests.
Night three's host in the Dublin celebrity special is model Rozanna Purcell, a former Miss Universe Ireland. The event proves a challenge for Roz, who's never hosted a dinner party before.
The penultimate celebrity host in Dublin is tabloid journalist Paul Martin, who is planning a Michael Jackson-themed night, complete with magicians, fiery cocktails and a dance-off.
On the last night of the Dublin celebrity special, actor and panto favourite George McMahon hopes to shine. He opts for a Gangsters and Molls theme, but soon feels nervous in the kitchen.
The culinary competition returns to Dublin for another celebrity special and the first host is model Madeline Mulqueen, whose entertainment and dessert surprise her guests
The host on night two of the Dublin celebrity special is former Miss Ireland Pippa O'Connor. The entertainment proves a huge hit, but will the food live up to expectations?
On the third night of the celebrity cook-off in Dublin, it's the turn of golfer Rory McIlroy's former girlfriend Holly Sweeney. Holly can shop for Ireland, but can she hack it in the kitchen?
The host of the penultimate dinner party in Dublin is self-confessed Mr Nasty, magazine owner Michael O'Doherty. Expectations are high, but things get frosty over dessert.
The last night of the celebrity special sees rugby star Shane Byrne playing host. His wife has left him a step-by-step cooking guide to follow, and he has planned a lively Glam Rock theme.
First to host in Cavan and Monaghan is 24-year-old PhD student and lecturer Tony. Entertainment comes from Tony's dad's pipe band and the sight of grown men in kilts causes quite a stir.
Hotel cleaner Pauline Farrelly has never thrown a dinner party in her life. Concerned that she might give her guests food poisoning, she's bought in extra supplies of toilet roll, just in case.
Writer and bon viveur Patrick Walsh hopes to gain points by charming his four guests. As he's obsessed with Oscar Wilde, Patrick gets everyone to turn up in Victorian dress.
Photographer Taine King is a self-confessed foodie hoping to wow her guests with sophisticated fine-dining. Her menu includes duck confit, which has come all the way from France... in a can!
On the final night, it's the turn of glamorous pub landlady Colette McGahern to host. Colette has kept her menu simple, hoping to win over her guests with a charm offensive.
The contest is in County Kerry and hairdresser Audrey has never held a dinner party before. Despite her confidence, the introduction of her dogs at the dinner table doesn't sit well with everyone.
The second host in Kerry is cheeky cocktail barman and self-confessed ladies' man Stephen Leane. Stephen is confident he can win over his guests with a heady night of drinks and high fashion.
On the third night in Kerry, the host is picky eater and all-round 'Little Miss Fussy' Melissa Perry. As an interior designer, she's fanatical about how everything, especially her food, is presented.
Holistic therapist and yoga teacher Dervil Fleming is taking the reins on night four in Kerry. To 'centre' her guests, Dervil takes them on a spiritual journey as she teaches them 'laughing yoga'.
The final host in Kerry is music teacher and country man Sean Treacy. Sean's pinning his hopes on the 'Mona Lisa of cabbages' and an Irish singers theme.
The culinary contest is in Sligo and the first host is office manager Trish Buckley, who hosts a Hollywood glamour night for her guests
It's the second day of the competition in Sligo and Russian-born Maria Tesler is hosting an animal-themed evening
On day three of the competition in Sligo it's the turn of mature student Monica Cogan to host a dinner party for four guests
It's the penultimate night in Sligo and the turn of youngest of the group, Aoife McGowan, to host her glamour puss-themed evening
On the final night in Sligo it's the turn of surfer dude Dimitar Dosev, the sole male of the group, to host
The culinary competition returns to Dublin for a third celebrity special and the first host is modelling boss Celia Holman-Lee. She decides to hold an Arabian-themed dinner party in a swanky hotel.
It's day two of the celebrity cook-off in Dublin, and the turn of former Apprentice star Geraldine. She can tear it up in the boardroom, but can she cut it in the kitchen?
Day 3 in Dublin sees former Miss World Rosanna Davison playing host. Vegan Rosanna hopes to convince everyone that cruelty-free food tastes best, but the carnivorous diners are filled with dread.
On the penultimate day of the celebrity cooking competition in Dublin, it's star snapper Brian McEvoy to host. Brian is the first to admit that he's no Gordon Ramsay and it's easy to see why.
It's the final night of the star-studded cook-off, and comedian and actor Joe Rooney hosts in Drogheda. He's determined to pull out all the stops, but who will walk away with 5000 euros for charity?
This culinary contest is in Cork and the first host is 27-year-old hippy chick Keira O'Connell
On the second day of the competition in Cork, flamboyant hair salon owner Joe Byrne plays host with a Mad Hatter-themed dinner party
On Day three in Cork, the host is beauty-shop owner and perfectionist Mary Rossiter
The fourth host in Cork is ex-hotel waiter turned wheeler-dealer Billy Galvin. Billy has been very critical and opinionated all week, culminating in a clash with hairdresser Joe Byrne.
The final host in Cork is well-to-do former lawyer turned nut trader Fiona Buckley, who has planned a posh dinner at her impressive Victorian house