Celebs Go Dating has baffling moment over 'sibling' discovery

Susannah Alexander
·2-min read
Photo credit: E4
Photo credit: E4

From Digital Spy

Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion featured a rather bizarre moment tonight (February 2) when a new arrival confused Karim Zeroual with her speed-dating chat.

Tonight's edition of the E4 reality show saw four new girls enter the mansion, with celebrity men Karim, Curtis Pritchard, Tom Zanetti and Wayne Lineker all given the opportunity to attend a speed-dating event with the new arrivals.

While Karim was getting to know single girl Jodie during their mini-date, he asked her whether she had any siblings, to which she replied that she didn't.

Photo credit: E4
Photo credit: E4

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"No, but I have three nieces so I try to see them as much as possible," she said.

After Karim expressed surprise that she had nieces, she explained that they are her brother's children.

"So you do have a sibling?" confused Karim asked, to which Jodie replied: "No."

"But you have a brother?" Karim said, with Jodie answering: "Yes."

Baffled-looking Karim seemed to decide that it was time to change the subject, so we didn't get to see whether he explained to Jodie what siblings are. Viewers, on the other hand, had more to add to the conversation:

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Karim confused a few viewers himself last week when he spoke about "conversating" with the single girls in the mansion.

Celebs Go Dating continues tomorrow (February 3) at 9pm on E4.

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