He recounts his experience on Foreign Policy: the things he wasn’t allowed to talk about (religion), how he took to being called Harry Potter (apparently he gets that a lot), and a couple of racy jokes he said (which the Chinese girl didn’t get at first).
“Back in the good old days, three quarters of people met their partners on a dance floor. I want to bring a bit of old-fashioned romance back to dating — the magic that can be created without a word being spoken.” With any luck, this show will make its way to the US airwaves, because it sounds like something that has to be seen to be believed.
”Read: TV's New 'Bachelorette' on How Being a Lawyer Prepared Her: 'You Have to Have Thick Skin'On the post-show special, , the couple was asked if they were going to get married.
Grimaldi said they were in the process of getting to know each other and taking “baby steps” in their relationship.
On Wednesday, Condé Nast Entertainment is releasing the first episode of a VR dating show called Virtually Dating, a series that pairs up real people on blind dates in VR to see if their VR personalities make for a real-life match.
The five-episode series, which debuts Wednesday at a.m., will be available on Facebook’s new Watch platform, which will soon be home to dozens of original shows created by media companies and other content creators.