Celebs Go Dating – which was an instant hit when it launched on E4 last year – sees its famous participants attempting to find love with members of the public, chosen by Lady Nadia Essex’s dating agency.
The show will mark Arg’s return to the small screen for the first time since he took a break from The Only Way Is Essex, and spent ten weeks in a Thai rehab.
Bobby, meanwhile, will become the first gay contestant to take part in the series, having briefly appeared in the show’s last run.
Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites.
She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online.
Because this time around the likes of Towie’s James Argent, TV presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford and former X Factor finalist Frankie Cocozza will be among the famous faces looking for love.
They’ll be joined by Ex On The Beach’s Charlotte Dawson, Made In Chelsea’s Georgia Toffolo and another Towie stalwart, Bobby Norris, as the show returns to E4 – alongside Calum Best, who was previously reported to have signed up.
I'm always on the look out to discoverlove honesty and caring.
I'm am a born again Christian so most of the time when I'm not at or home then I'm at church, I like swimming, traveling, fishing and gardening.
Taking to Twitter, Nadia hit out at a rival dating expert claiming lads should "stop dating British women and exchange them for Eastern European women."Richard La Ruina argues that he has dated over 200 "good and beautiful Russian women" and says they are miles ahead of their UK counterparts.