Celebs Go Dating fans are branding the show “fake” after the finale was “boring and scripted”.

CELEBS Go Dating fans have accused the show of being “scripted” after Lottie Moss and Adam Collard reunited in the finale.

The model and reality star were on and off throughout the series, but both showed up to the gala alone – and expressed their feelings for each other.

Fans have branded Adam and Lottie's romance as fake


Fans have branded Adam and Lottie’s romance as fake
The celebrities have all found connections during the series


The celebrities have all found connections during the series

But while the pundits seemed happy, those watching the show at home were left very bored after watching the drama over the past few weeks.

One viewer grumbled: “Such a script,” while another said: “This is the most boring episode Lottie and Adam have endured in this entire series.”

Someone else tweeted: “And that concludes another great #celebsgodating series… aka The Contrived Adam & Lottie Show.”

While another person added: “Now this is some fake showmance nonsense.” I don’t buy it. Are we supposed to believe this is some grand romance? It’s a mess.”

Throughout the series, Lottie and Adam had an affair and spent the night together after the first mixer.

But Adam decided to meet other women and Lottie disappeared in the middle of the night while they were staying at a hotel.

Despite all this, the two were together again in the last episode.

After filming was completed, Lottie opened up as a co-star Chloe Burrows on their relationship.

She said on Chloe vs The World: “When I first saw Adam I thought, ‘No, he’s not my type.’ Literally not my type at all’ and then bam.

“It’s weird, we just have a connection. Even the height, that Tattoos That wouldn’t have been enough, but we have a special connection.”

The couple decided to try again


The couple decided to try again

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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