By Bryony Jewell For Mailonline. Kirsty Gallacher is reportedly dating retired boxing champion Johnny Nelson. It is thought that the TV presenter, 45, and former cruiserweight world champion, 54, met while working at Sky Sports and have now formed a Covid support bubble. New romance? They have a lot in common, obviously sports and keeping fit. MailOnline has contacted Kirsty and Johnny's representatives for further comment.
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Success in online dating often seems to be a case of looks, charm and the gift of the gab. But some carefully curated statistics may explain why some people match with a higher number of potential mates than others. Dating app Jaumo did some digging to find out which zodiac signs attract the most interest from potential mates. Using data from its 40 million users the app tallied up the number of likes received by users from each of the 12 horoscopes. Scorpios took out first place as they scooped up almost an eighth, or 12 per cent, of all likes while Sagittarians were left last. The results showed surprisingly stark differences, with some zodiac signs having up to 74 per cent more chance of scoring a like, and therefore a date. Scorpios took out first place as they scooped up almost an eighth, or 12 per cent, of all likes, while Librans came in second with just under 10 per cent.
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By Latoya Gayle For Mailonline. Many singletons turn to dating apps and websites as a way of finding a match, but experts believe too many are doing it wrong. Experts from leading dating services and apps including Bumble, OkCupid and Badoo, revealed the common mistakes people make, including choosing a group photo as their first profile snap and writing about what they don't want in a partner, rather than what they are looking for. The experts also encouraged dating app users to spend time on the biography section of the profile, which is often overlooked. Here, the tips and tricks everyone needs to know