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Transgender star Jessica Alves looking for love in new dating show

Transgender star Jessica Alves looking for love in new dating show
Jessica Alves unveils plans for a major new dating show that will see her enter the dating world as a trans woman for the first time.

Jessica Alves has unveiled details of a major new dating show which will see her look for the man of her dreams across multiple continents.

The 37-year-old came out as a trans woman earlier this year, having previously become known as "the human Ken doll" for spending more than £500,000 on over 100 cosmetic surgery procedures.

The new show, provisionally titled Love Me Gender: Everyone Deserves A Bit Of Love In Life, will follow Jessica as she dates straight men around the world before picking her favourites.

"Everyone deserves to have love in their life and I need a little help in that department. It feels different dating as a woman," she told the Daily Mail.

"I speak six languages and I will be travelling to different countries where I can speak the language, including the UK, Italy, Spain, Germany, France, the USA, Brazil and The Netherlands. Then I'll pick the best date from each country and get them all together at a big Love Island-style villa, before choosing the winner.

"I won't rule out getting married on the show if I meet the man of my dreams and I hope he has the same dreams of starting a family. I want to show the world that a trans woman like me is able to go on dates with straight men who don't mind which gender I was born."

Love Me Gender is being produced by Dutch company Concept Street for a "major" streaming service.


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