Startling number of young Aussies craving reality TV fame

The new figures follow a year jam-packed with reality TV offerings as much of the country finds itself back in lockdown. Love Island, based on its smash-hit UK counterpart, sees sultry singles coupled up with each other in a bid to be the last pair on the Island. In total, more than 48,000 Australians searched for the show’s application form in a bid to become an Islander — a role which would give them a sure chance at social media fame. However, the number of searches is dwarfed by the over 100,000 singles in the UK who went on to actually apply for the show. The newly released research by Uswitch showed a spot on The Block was the second most coveted with an average of 10,560 searches for the application form each year.Big Brother came in third with over 8,000 searches, followed by The Amazing Race with 4,680.Surprisingly, fan favourites Married At First Sight and The Bachelor neared the bottom of the list with just 840 and 2,520 searches respectively.

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