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Nigerian dating reality show 'Hello Mr. Right' gets 2nd season

Dating reality TV show 'Hello Mr. Right' is set to get second season as it announces sponsors.

Hello Mr Right

The show structure promises to be exciting with a touch of controversy as contestants go through various stages, tasks, and challenges to prove their compatibility and suitability for each other.

Like most reality TV show, the audience will also have the opportunity to vote for their favourite couples and influence the show’s outcome.

The second installment of the reality TV Show has attracted a number of potential headline sponsors including, Colgate, Indomie, and Lush. The sponsors will be partnering with Startimes on whose satellite platform the show will be aired.

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Speaking on the show, the coordinator Yemi Ogundeji said, “We are excited to bring back Hello Mr Right, the sensational dating reality show on StarTimes. This show will keep you glued to your screens as you witness the sparks and drama of the female contestants and their male suitors who compete for love and romance."

'Hello Mr. Right' Season 2 is set to be hosted by a famous influencer and it will kick off in June 2023.

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