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We saw how the date went and if Lacey was able to stick to all of Steve’s dating guidelines!So here is the story: I started this meeting point on 26th December 2013 (see here) on Laugavegur, Reykjavík, with eight single gloves, and the principle is quite simple: if you are a single glove, wandering alone in the streets, definitely separated from your other half and feeling useless, this is the place to go!In this episode, Joey gets hired as the host for a test-run of a new game show, called The Perfect Couple. J., and Steve are the "Dating Couple", Danny, and Vicky are the "Engaged Couple", and Becky, and Jesse are the "Married Couple".The show tests couples who are different stages of their relationships, meaning dating, engaged, married, etc, to see how well they know each other. Vicky ends up not making it on time, and Danny has to be paired with a random woman.This didn't bother me a lot, since I didn't really like Vicky that much. ,’ she offers, as she fumbles with her microphone in a plush hotel on the Champs-Elysées. ‘I’m not there to pander to anyone’s preferences,' she says. ‘I was in the middle of the Galleries Lafayette buying a new outfit after I lost my baggage off the plane. Keep me away from ’ These days, Estelle is busy having ‘cabbie wars’ in Brooklyn, where she moved in early 2007. On a more serious note though, why did she turn her back on the UK?'If you don’t love it, cool.’America does love it though; Estelle is in a short line of British artists – like Dizzee Rascal and De La Soul – who made it across the pond.
‘I got sick of this crap, of the music for a while, bored of it,’ she admits.
The relationship between the two lasted for around five years and finally collapsed in the year 2011.
However, neither Chantal nor Badr have revealed the reason for separation.
Things don't go very well when it turns out that some couples don't know each other as well as they thought.
And surprisingly, Danny's random partner gets a lot of answers right. The night ends with Danny, and Vicky cancelling their engagement, and breaking up. Overall, I give this episode a 9 out of 10, which in my ratings book is: Amazing.
‘The problem is we go there and conform to them and don’t be us,’ she says, animated.