Dannii Minogue is back once more to play the important role of Cupid as she welcomes 10 single girls to Italy all hoping for a shot at love.

The UK’s first dating show for girls who like girls follows on from BBC’s successful I Kissed a Boy which aired last year.

The newly-matched couples meet for the first time with a kiss and are encouraged to give their new relationships a good go.

This series on BBC Three is set to “serve drama, smash stereotypes, and promises more twists and turns than ever”.

But only time will tell to see if anyone falls head over heels as the girls enter the doors to a beautiful Italian Masseria for the ultimate summer of love.

Who is the voice of BBC's I Kissed a Girl?

Charley Marlowe, a Liverpudlian LGBTQ+ presenter and comedian was recently announced as the voice of I Kissed a Girl.

She is best known from TikTok for her hilarious, down to earth personality and comedic presenting style.

Charley revealed: “Of COURSE there’s gonna be drama!!! As much as we love it when everyone gets along, an argument is always going to hook us in. Which is exactly what this series does. Shock revelations, mass amounts of snogging (which made me realise I’m more of a prude than I thought) and lesbians being lesbians. It’s got it all!!!"

Who is on BBC’s I Kissed a Girl?

  • Abbie, 27, make-up artist and hair stylist from Brighton
  • Amy, 24, social media manager from Surrey, living in London
  • Cara, 25, aesthetician/lash tech from Ballycastle, Northern Ireland
  • Demi, 23, publishing executive from Hemel Hempstead
  • Fiorenza, 22, drummer for Uninvited from Glasgow
  • Georgia, 28, professional footballer from Hunmanby, North Yorkshire
  • Lisha, 22, psychology undergraduate from Caernarfon, Wales
  • Meg, 24, fire breather from Goole, West Yorkshire
  • Naee, 25, engineer from London
  • Priya, 23, hotel customer service from Newport, South Wales
  • Eva, 22, fashion graduate from Belfast

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Where to watch BBC’s I Kissed a Girl

Episodes one and two of I Kissed a Girl will be available to watch on BBC iPlayer on Sunday, May 5.

Episodes will air on BBC Three every Sunday and Monday night at 9pm.