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Take Me Out host Joel Creasey shares some of his own dating advice

Stand-up comedian Joel Creasey will make his hosting debut on Channel Seven’s dating game show, Take Me Out next week.

And ahead of the highly-anticipated premiere, the blonde funnyman, 28, has shared some of his very own dating advice.

Speaking to OK! Magazine on Thursday, the hilarious television presenter urged fans to avoid ‘messy’ Mexican cuisine on a first date.

 

Take Me Out host Joel Creasey (pictured) reveals the ‘messy’ reason why you shouldn’t eat Mexican food on a date…as the comedian admits he prefers polygamy to monogamy

‘A nursing home. And I always think Mexican is a real risk to have on a first date, very messy. The morgue’s also not great,’ Joel joked.

Joel, who’s been dating model boyfriend, Jack Stratton-Smith for well over one year, also dished on his relationship deal-breakers. 

‘Bad feet, is that weird? I’m really anti-feet. That said, my boyfriend doesn’t have great feet. I don’t know, I’m pretty easy,’ Joel said of the Melbourne-based looker.

Joel jokingly said another stumbling point is a person who hasn’t signed up to online streaming service, Netflix. 

And on the subject of romantic relationships the self-confessed ‘selfie-slut’ revealed he prefers ‘polygamy over monogamy for sure.’

Joel’s sidesplitting interview comes ahead of the premiere of the Australian version of the British dating game show phenomenon on September 3rd at 7:30pm.

We have a date! Highly anticipated Australian version of British dating game show Take Me Out set to air next month with Joel Creasey as host 

We have a date! Highly anticipated Australian version of British dating game show Take Me Out set to air next month with Joel Creasey as host 

Joel took to Instagram last week to share a promotional snap of the show, in which he is pictured posing in front of 30 stunning girls who will appear on the program.

‘Well I am so excited to announce we have a date! Take Me Out arrives on Australian screens on Monday September 3rd at 7:30pm!’ Joel captioned the post.

He wrote: ‘So pop the Yellowglen on ice, grab some ice-cream (that you can totally pretend you are going to serve in a bowl and not annihilate straight from the tub in one sitting) and watch me attempt to find dates for these 30 hilarious women. 

So soon! The  Australian version of the show will officially premiere on September 3rd at 7:30pm on Channel Seven

So soon! The  Australian version of the show will officially premiere on September 3rd at 7:30pm on Channel Seven

Bigger and better: The program first appeared on Aussie TV in the form of 'Taken Out' all the way back in 2008

Bigger and better: The program first appeared on Aussie TV in the form of ‘Taken Out’ all the way back in 2008

‘We can’t wait for you to see it. Strap in, strap up and strap on, Australia! We’ll see you on Channel 7,’ he added.

The series was a massive success overseas and was the number one rated show in the 16 to 34-year-old demographic in the UK. 

In a new way to find love, the show will feature 30 women who will be introduced to potential dates at one time, with each woman in possession of a switch to indicate whether they are into the said bachelor or not.

To express their interest, they will switch their lights on, and if they are not interested their lights remain off – waiting for the next guy in line.   

The Chinese version of Take Me Out, titled ‘If You Are The One,’ has gone viral this year thanks to their contestants’ brutal honesty. 

Wow! The series was a massive success overseas and was the number one rated show in the 16 to 34-year-old demographic in the UK

Wow! The series was a massive success overseas and was the number one rated show in the 16 to 34-year-old demographic in the UK

Western audience: The Chinese version of Take Me Out, titled 'If You Are The One,' has gone viral this year thanks to their contestants' brutal honesty

Western audience: The Chinese version of Take Me Out, titled ‘If You Are The One,’ has gone viral this year thanks to their contestants’ brutal honesty

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