The eighth most confusing issue for Brits in May was that of the ‘Prince Harry’ dating show, 'I Wanna Marry "Harry"'.
In this 'reality' programme, a dozen hopefuls vie for the affections of a young man who’s supposedly third in line to the throne. Except ‘Prince Harry’ isn’t all that he appears (PLOT SPOILER: It’s not actually Prince Harry).
The Fox show has just hit the UK, and sees twelve candidates competing for what they believe to be some right royal lovin':
Except that dashing eligible young ginger gent isn't really Prince Harry. It's just some bloke called Matt Hicks:
And what does your average viewer think about this, conceptually speaking?
And not only isn't 'Prince Harry' all that he appears, but he also doesn't even appear it:
Nonetheless, these credulous contestants seem to have fallen for it hook, line and sceptre:
The show sees them hoping to win his affection by competing in rather unprincely challenges:
But what's the most confusing thing about the show? Is it that the twelve contestants are successfully hoodwinked into potentially dating a 'prince'? Or that the show was commissioned in the first place?
'I Wanna Marry "Harry"' airs on ITV on a Wednesday, 9pm.
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