Bargain Hunt viewers all say the same thing about couple who met online just months before filming

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Bargain Hunt viewers all say the same thing about couple who met online just months before filming

BARGAIN Hunt viewers have all said the same thing about a couple who met online just months before filming. Tuesdays edition of the BBC show sa

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BARGAIN Hunt viewers have all said the same thing about a couple who met online just months before filming.

Tuesdays edition of the BBC show saw David and Sophie make up the red team.

Bargain Hunt viewers all said the same thing about a couple on Tuesdays show
David and Sophie had only met online four months ago

As they introduced themselves, David said: “So we met online about four months ago”.

Sophie added: “I love anything arty, anything creative”.

As for the antiques they would be looking for, David said: “I’m looking for anything cute, anything cuddly”.

The couple were clearly excited to be on the show together, and viewers were loving their whirlwind romance.

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Taking to Twitter, one Bargain Hunt fan wrote: “That’s an absolute dream Guardian Blind Date scenario.”

Another added: “Young couple on Bargain Hunt said they ‘met online about four months ago’ – and they’re already doing TV together? #Goals”.

A third tweeted: “I’d love to know how that conversation went. Him: I’ve always wanted to go on Bargain Hunt. Her: Me too! Both: LET’S APPLY”.

Unfortunately, their dream TV moment didn’t work out as they had hoped as they ended up with minus £110 and failed to make a profit.


Last month it was revealed that three new presenters were joining the show.

Roo Irvine, Caroline Hawley and Danny Sebastian will front their own episodes, and they may seem familiar as they’ve previously appeared on the BBC show as experts.

They join existing presenters Natasha Raskin Sharp, Christina Trevanion, Eric Knowles and Charlie Ross as they scour antiques fairs across the nation.

Sadly the couple failed to make a profit

Bargain Hunt airs on BBC One and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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