Tue-14-Jun-16 Jay-Jay, Dom and Randell had Sam and Emmett from The Block NZ in-studio this morning, and during the interview Sam may have revealed that he's DATING one of the girls on the show.
Just wait until you hear what he says when asked if he's seeing anyone...
By Kajia Deng Two dozen Chinese women living in New Zealand are embarking on a trip to Beijing to star in a popular Chinese dating show they hope will help them find Mr Right.
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She dreams of starting a family with her soul mate and having two children and hopes being on In early May, Ms Huang will appear on stage with 23 other Mandarin-speaking women who live in New Zealand, to interrogate the men standing in front of them.
"I am curious about the gentlemen who will show up; I bet all of them have interesting stories," she smiles.
She is not the first New Zealander to appear on the Chinese version of – Former Wellingtonian Sam Pearson made an appearance in May last year, although he was unsuccessful in finding a match.