Jamie Laing says his new dating show has secret sex, heartbreak and promises it's sexier than Strictly

JAMIE Laing has promised his new BBC Three dating show I Like The Way U Move is sexier than Strictly Come Dancing, The Sun can reveal.

The series sees professional dancers team up with non-professionals as they compete to find the perfect partner on and off the floor.

The rookies are first invited to a mixer event to see if there's any chemistry between them and the professionals.

If sparks fly, the non-professional dancers are invited back to the house, where they are then given just 48 hours to learn a routine with their pro partner.

The new couples will then be put to the test by dance expert Kaelynn ‘KK’ Harris and the panel, who will be judging them on trust, passion, eye contact and chemistry.

Those who impress the panel will make it through to the next mixer, while the pairs that fall flat will be sent packing.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun about the new series, host Jamie, 32, insisted that show's line-up is "sexier" than Strictly Come Dancing.

He told us: "I think I'm pretty sexy and they're sexier than me. That's all I know!

"Listen if I went into that house and I was single, I'm sure I wouldn't probably try and stop whatever it was I wanted to do.

"I think I would go for it. And that's what's amazing. When you throw a lot of young single people into a house together, especially in the period that we just had with this pandemic.

"There's been no social connection, there's been nothing at all, and coming out of that and doing something like this, it's an amazing experience for them."

And when it comes to X-rated antics the series isn't short of them according to the former Made In Chelsea star, who promised "lots of corridor creeping, bed hopping and love triangles" for viewers to feast on.

Jamie, who appeared on 2020's Strictly, added: "There's lots of corridor creeping. I know what I would be! I would corridor creep, 100%.

As you can imagine, there's lots of drama. There’s love triangles, bed hopping, rows

"You know, you're stuck in a house, you're young, you fancy these people, but also with these shows, people always go like, 'Are they having sex? Are they…' They're young people.

"They can do whatever they want. There is no judgment. Everyone's in that house to find love and find a connection.

"So, as you can imagine, there's lots of drama. There’s love triangles, bed hopping, rows," he added.

"Look, if you throw people into a house and you ask them to dance and put on routines in less than 24 hours and then go to mixers and then perform in front of people like KK (Kaelynn Harris) and other guest judges, the intensity of it's high."

Jamie, who reached the Strictly final last year with pro partner Karen Hauer, said that the stress of learning a routine to perform in such a short time frame brings couples together but also leaves room for heartbreak.

"Also at the same time, they are given this challenge to impress on the dance floor after just a few hours of training," he continued.

"And me being a rookie dancer, having known what it's like going to Strictly and doing that, doing that in 24 hours is like, 'Get out of town.'

There's heartbreak where someone feels something and the other person doesn't

"And that's what's so amazing about it. There's also heartbreak in terms of people saying that something is true when perhaps we don't think it's true.

"There's heartbreak where someone feels something and the other person doesn't. There's heartbreak where someone chooses someone else, heartbreak with someone, loses a partner."

With Jamie fronting the series, the judging panel sees KK alongside several of Jamie's Strictly alumni Maisie Smith, Clara Amfo, Oti Mabuse, Giovanni Pernice, and Johannes Radebe.

While Lady Leshurr and Layton Williams also join the judging throughout the eight-part series.

I Like The Way U Move is available to stream on BBC iPlayer now

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