Twenty-two-year-old Essex boy Ali is the life and soul of the party. He has a close group of friends, a packed social life and is a regular on the club scene. Away from the dance floor he likes to keep in shape and goes to the gym 4 times a week.
Ali has Achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. At 4 foot 2 inches tall he's often the centre of attention on a night out, especially with women, but he's never had a girlfriend and only ever been on one date.
He longs to say 'those three special words, I love you' to someone for the very first time, and feels when he does meet his dream girl he has a lot of love to give. Used to being a showman and putting on a front when he's out in the clubs, Ali is terrified of being with a girl alone on a date and showing the real him. "I’ll get very nervous, I'll get goose-bumps and start stuttering".
Ali must confront his fears and go on only his second ever date when he's matched with fellow fitness enthusiast twenty one year old Kirsty. Blonde, beautiful and with blue eyes, she's Ali's perfect type, but will his nerves ruin his chances of a successful date?