My Mum, Your Dad fans fume ‘it makes no sense’ over ‘unlikely’ aspect of show

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    My Mum, Your Dad has been hit with complaints by angry viewers who have called out the “unlikely” aspect of the show.

    The brand new ITV programme, hosted by Davina McCall, was back for another instalment on Thursday evening (September 13).

    Similar to the sexy sun-soaked series Love Island, My Mum Your Dad sees a slew of singletons all live together in a bid to find love.

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    The only difference is, this show features single parents nominated by their children to find their new partners.

    Over the past few episodes, new arrivals have arrived at the resort via a swanky car being driven by their children.

    However, fans watching the show have called this out as being “unrealistic.”

    One said: “No way are they their own cars,” as someone else said: “Love how all the kids are rocking up in brand new cars. Our kids are still on the bus or taking a Dad cab.”

    A third quipped: “This show is very odd, were they all given a brand new car and an Essex makeover before they went in?"

    Another viewer mused: “Is it just me who noticed that most of these lot got there in a BTW? It makes no sense.”

    A fifth quipped: “So all these 19 and 20 year olds have brand new 4×4 BMWs ye?”

    Davina is on hand to front the brand new dating show and she reckons is desperately needed for "midlifers."

    Davina, who is in a relationship with hairdresser Michael Douglas, 48, said she is a prime example of women becoming more confident with age.

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    The star, who is also renowned for her work to raise awareness about the menopause, said: “If you’re dating in your 50s, you know much better what your shortcomings are, and would have learned from mistakes you have made in previous relationships.

    "You will know the people who suit you, and the people who will bring out the worst in you.

    “There’s so many plusses to trying to find somebody in midlife because of your self-awareness.”

    Davina went on: “When you start a romance in your 20s or 30s, it’s completely different. I remember everyone always asking me, ‘Have you got a boyfriend?’ Then it’s ‘Is he The One?’ ‘Are you getting married?’ ‘Are you having children?’ It’s exhausting, and the pressure to meet the person you’re going to spend the rest of your life with is immense.”

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