Anna Williamson has become well-known alongside fellow dating expert Paul Carrick Brunson, as they help celebrities find love on the popular E4 series Celebs Go Dating. Over the years, both Anna and Paul have assisted many celebs on their journey of love and Anna has since opened up on one of her favourite experiences on the show.
Celebs Go Dating returned to our screens on Monday, following Anna and Paul who have been offering their advice to the latest line up of famous faces.
Anna Williamson has been a part of the celebrity dating series since 2019 after former dating expert Nadia Essex left the show.
Amid the latest series, Express.co.uk spoke to Anna Williamson on her most rewarding experience with the stars so far.
The dating expert revealed that one of her favourite experiences came after she worked alongside former Atomic Kitten star Kerry Katona, who appeared on the series in 2019.
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On the show, Kerry spoke candidly of her past relationships as she admitted she still believed in finding love.
Talking to Express.co.uk, Anna explained: “Kerry Katona was someone that I really enjoyed working with.
“Kerry came into the show at the right time for her and the right headspace in her life.
“Someone who to her own confession had always jumped into relationships, and we have all seen them play out over the last decade.
Anna also reflected on how audiences can relate to the journeys of each celeb.
She explained: “I think our celebrities are quite representative of everybody, you know, of non-celebs.
“Some people are very green when it comes to dating, some are a bit clueless some are a bit burnt, some are very jaded, some have no confidence, some are a bit sceptical.”
She continued: “Some have no chat they have no swagger, and some have too much.
“I think celebrities are very representative, actually, of everybody else and I think that is the complete treat with the show.
“Everybody watching it can identify themselves or someone else they know in the celebrities process.
“They have either ballsed it up badly and they can identify with that and they can learn as they go along with the teachings we give the celebs because everybody is the same in that respect.”
Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion airs Monday to Friday at 9pm on E4.