We have two new parents and their kids on the way to the My Mum, Your Dad house.
On Thursday's episode, the cast will be joined by single mum Tolullah, 50, brought on the show by her daughter Georgia-Blu, 29, and single dad Martin M, 53, who currently resides in Ibiza along with his 18-year-old son Luke.
They'll join the likes of former basketball player Martin H, 56, who recently arrived at countryside manor and has been getting to know Monique, 50.
The new series, fronted by Davina McCall, launched on Monday 11th September and will air across two weeks. Throughout the 10-hour long show, viewers will get the chance to follow the parents, from all walks of life, as they live together at a country house retreat attempting to find true love. Unbeknownst to the parents, their children will be watching their every move from The Bunker.
Viewers will witness the highs and lows, tears and funny moments involved in finding love again, with a cast of parents and grown-up children who will provide all the entertainment.
Read on for everything you need to know about the cast of My Mum, Your Dad.
My Mum, Your Dad cast
Job: Design consultant/journalist
Journalist Tolullah, 50, joins the show along with her daughter Georgia-Blu, as Georgia thought that her mum could do with a little help when it comes to picking a man.
"She felt it’d be really good for me to meet someone that somebody else has picked, as opposed to my own choices. I’ve just turned 50, so she felt this was a good time and an important stage in my life where she could take that control out of my hands and let someone else try," Tolullah said ahead of her My Mum, Your Dad debut.
Job: Chartered accountant
Georgia-Blu is hoping for her mother Tolullah to meet someone who she can enjoy a long-term relationship with, saying: "I think my mum is such a good catch. Growing up, I've never really seen her in a really long settled relationship and that's something I've always wanted for her. I nominated her so she would get a chance to meet someone who she can settle down with, she really deserves it."
Location: Derby, lives in Ibiza
Job: Property developer
Martin M is looking for a woman who is on the same page as him, saying: "I’ve always struggled meeting people who are on my wavelength. So, I thought, if they’re going to line up several single ladies, I’m in. What’s not to like?"
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However, when it comes to committing, he's struggled in the past.
"I tend to go for powerful, intelligent, driven women, which usually means we end up competing with each other. I have difficulty committing, I still want to be that Peter Pan. Commitment-phobe? Maybe so. I don’t want to close any doors."
His son Luke brought him on the show, advising him to "be yourself".
"‘Be yourself, enjoy yourself. Enjoy the uniqueness of the situation.’ Luke was good, he took me by surprise. He said, ‘Be natural and hopefully you’ll find someone.’"
Luke describes is dad Martin M as: "Loving, caring, busy, loves the attention, loves to go out and do stuff. He loves Ibiza! He loves meeting new people. He’s always interested in you and if there’s a connection there, always has lots of questions. He loves to explore and go on holiday. He gets very emotionally attached."
Location: Birmingham, lives in Epsom
Job: Retired basketball player, sports presenter and MD
Martin H was nominated by his daughter Jessica in a bid to get her dad out of the dreaded "friend zone".
Speaking of his dating history, Martin said ahead of the show: "Using the old fashioned marking system, I’d have got a C for effort and a D for delivery.
"I’ve dated, I was a professional sports person for 15 years, I studied in the US on a basketball scholarship, so I’ve been exposed to the dating life for a long time, but I’ve never been very good at it. I’m a serial monogamist."
Job: Model/Sales and marketing/Mental health skills coach
Jessica nominated her dad, Martin H, because she wants him to "get out there a bit", admitting his focus has been mainly on his children over the years.
"He’s been focussed on us kids and his work and not even really thought about the possibility of meeting someone new that he could date or have a relationship with. He deserves that and to have someone to do nice things with and have an emotional connection with outside of his kids," she said.
Location: Winchmore Hill
Monique was nominated by her daughter Taiya for My Mum, Your Dad as she is ready to dip her toes back in the pool of dating and is trying to connect with someone.
Ahead of her appearance on the series, Monique told ITV she is hoping to meet someone handsome, tall and who makes her heart flutter. She said: "I don't like pastries, so we don't do flakes!"
Explaining her dating history, Monique said she finds it hard to read people and likes to give everyone a chance, even if she knows it isn't quite right. "I'm the eternal optimist when it comes to meeting somebody," she said.
Location: North London
21-year-old Taiya nominated her mum to go on the show because she thinks she deserves love. "She's put everything aside to raise me and my sister for so many years, so I thought now is my mum's time," she told ITV.
Taiya hopes Monique gains "a lot of growth" from the experience, even if she doesn't meet someone. "I hope she really fine tunes what it is that she wants within a partner and within herself," she explained.
Job: Safeguarding and welfare officer in education
Sharon is looking forward to taking a step out of her comfort zone on My Mum, Your Dad, all while hoping to meet someone special and form new friendships.
Although she was quite shocked at first by her daughter's decision to nominate her for the show, Sharon thought it was "amazing" her daughter thought she deserved an opportunity like this.
When it comes to looking for a partner, Sharon is hoping to find someone who understands her devotion to her two children.
Job: Social media influencer
Social media influencer Tia is hoping her mother finds someone who would put her first, as well as someone with a funny side to them. "My mum is normally the funny one, it would be nice for mum to be with someone that makes her laugh for a change," Tia told ITV.
Tia hopes Sharon "has the best time". She nominated her mother for My Mum, Your Dad as she felt it was "finally her time to be happy".
She told ITV: "I think she's put herself on the backburner to bring up myself and my sister. In the last few years I feel like she's given up on love, so she didn't want to try any more. I hope putting her forward will be the push she needs to put herself first."
Location: South Lanarkshire
Job: Tech advisor/Scan assistant at a private baby clinic
Caroline is excited to meet new people, build relationships and connections - whether it be romantic or not - on My Mum, Your Dad. The 51-year-old is looking for someone who is going to be kind and thoughtful.
She told ITV: "I'm a wee bit old-fashioned, I like someone that can fix things and do DIY. I do like a man that can cook, as well! If they can do both - it's a bonus."
When asked why she thought her daughter nominated her for the show, Caroline said: "I've been single for such a long time, it's probably the longest I've ever been single! I've always been quite happy being single but I think she thought, 'Mum, you need to get out there!'"
Location: South Lanarkshire
Job: Flight attendant
Karli nominated her mother for the show because she was single "for a while" and doesn't seem to have much luck when it comes to dating.
"She's a bad judge of character. All the guys she's been with before have been liars and cheats! She doesn't get out much either," Karli told ITV.
Karli hopes her mum will try to put herself out there more and meet new people while on My Mum, Your Dad.
Job: Self-esteem and relationship recovery coach
"Adventurous, deep and outgoing" Natalie is looking forward to meeting someone and taking part in a new experience that could help her grow while on My Mum, Your Dad.
When asked why she thought her son nominated her for the series, Natalie said: "I've been on my own for a long time. I think he thinks it's my time for me now. Since my last relationship I've been building my business and focusing on my kids. But now, I think he'd like me to find love."
Over the years, Natalie has tried online dating, but it hasn't worked out for her. "I've definitely been catfished before! I turned up and the person on the date and the person in the photo - well, let's say they had some serious photographic skills," she told ITV.
Job: Gas and plumbing apprentice
Kaliel nominated his mum to go on the show because he wanted her to find someone and be happy. He told ITV: "I saw it advertised and I thought it would be perfect for her."
He is hoping his mum will find a life partner to settle down with and be happy with.
Location: London, lives in Bath
Job: Owner of a decorating company
Paul is excited about the potential of meeting someone on My Mum, Your Dad and is hoping to find someone that is interesting and has a strong character.
When looking for a partner, Paul wants someone who is on his wavelength. Ahead of his appearance on the show, he told ITV: "There's nothing nicer than both being on the same page and looking into the future as if it's going to go somewhere - planning on moving in together. I don't think there's anything nicer than that, really."
Job: University student
21-year-old university student Mazey nominated her dad to go on the show because she wants to see him settled.
When asked what her dad gets wrong when it comes to dating, Mazey told ITV: "He's gone for people who are at different life stages, a few years younger, they were just at completely different places and their lives weren't matching up."
Job: Pastoral support officer
"Fun, cheeky and energetic" Clayton is looking to find someone who is physically attractive and family-orientated. He is excited to be on My Mum, Your Dad and do something with his son.
When asked why he thought his song nominated him for the show, Clayton said: "He felt it's come to a point where I've taken a bit of a time out for a while, in searching for love or having a date.
"He'd like to see me settled with someone I could have a future with. He's probably thinking, 'Dad's been on his own for the last year and a half,' and he wants to re-light that fire."
Job: Graphic artist/Warehouse employee
Christian nominated his dad to go on the show because he wants him to settle down and find the right person. "I want him to live life with someone," he told ITV.
The 35-year-old hopes his dad will find a woman, love and a bit of himself while taking part on My Mum, Your Dad.
Postman Roger describes himself as "fun, loving and conscientious". Following the passing of his wife 18 months ago, Roger didn't want to meet anyone and is going on the show to "get some confidence".
Job: Network rail planner
When asked why she nominated her dad to go on the show, Jess said: "It was a joint thing with my brother and sister and it was our way of basically telling him that we were happy for him to start dating, if that was something he wanted to do.
"It was a cop out on our part, really, as it meant we didn't need to sit down and actually say it. It was a sneaky way of saying, 'Oh look at this, do you want to look into this?' Never actually expected anything to come of it."
Jess hopes her dad will find someone with a sense of humour, good family values and someone who is caring and kind.
Job: PE teacher/Football coach
Essex-based football coach Elliot is looking to find someone who matches his traits and makes up for his "inadequacies".
When asked why he thought his song nominated him for My Mum, Your Dad, Elliot said: "He wants rid of me! I think the prospect of me being in his life for too much longer was a burden. No, he just wants me to be happy."
Job: University student
University student Zachary nominated his dad for the show because he "deserves a chance to be happy". Zachary wants his father to have what a lot of his friends have.
"He deserves the opportunity to find the 'end stages' of love," he told ITV.
Location: West Sussex
Job: Singer/recruitment manager
Janey thinks people will get her personality all wrong at first, when in reality she is "the most sensitive person there". The singer is excited to meet someone to see that emotional side of her.
When asked why she thought her son nominated her for My Mum, Your Dad, Janey said: "Because he's lost all hope for me, he thinks I'm undateable! He wants me to meet someone.
"I've lived alone with William for all his life pretty much and he's now left home for uni, and just wants to see that I'm OK."
Location: West Sussex
Will nominated his mother to go on the show so she has a good chance at finding the right person for her. He describes Janey as "outgoing and chatty" and hopes he will find comfort and peace of mind from the experience.
My Mum, Your Dad airs Monday to Friday at 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX. The series will run on consecutive weeknights for two weeks.
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