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Joey has appeared on two series of Celebs Go Dating and struck up a friendship with well spoken Tom.

British broadcaster ITV is looking to build on the summer success of surf-and-sex show “Love Island” with “Celebrity Showmance”, in which pairs of celebrities use social media to try to fool the public into believing they are an item.

The show features six celebrities who form three unlikely couples and then set out to get as much attention as possible from unwitting members of the public on Twitter, Instagram, and other social media. is making “Celebrity Showmance,” which was created by its creative director David Williams, and ITV will launch the show in a primetime slot on its ITV2 channel next month.

Each episode will conclude with a compelling Boardroom showdown, as Schwarzenegger evaluates the performances of all of the players before deciding which team wins the challenge and who will be sent home.

Over the course of the series, "The Celebrity Apprentice" has raised more than $15 million for charity.

Sixteen celebrities are set to compete for their favorite charities when "The Celebrity Apprentice" shifts to Los Angeles for its eighth season, where twice-elected California governor and international movie superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger reigns over the Boardroom.

Advising the new head of the Boardroom this season will be world-class business minds, including investment guru Warren Buffett, one of the most successful businessmen in the world; former Microsoft CEO and Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer; Tyra Banks, a supermodel, actress, TV host, producer, accomplished businesswoman and CEO of the Tyra Banks Company and cosmetics brand, TYRA Beauty; actress, author and entrepreneur Jessica Alba, the founder and chief creative officer of The Honest Company and Honest Beauty; and Schwarzenegger's trusted confidante and nephew, prominent entertainment attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger.

And it seems producers are keen to capitalise on the pair’s unlikely friendship for a new spin-off.

“Joey and Tom’s random relationship was hugely popular with viewers,” a source told the Daily Star.

While the show is part of the “fake news” zeitgeist, it will be played for laughs and is not intended as serious social commentary.

ITV had the surprise success of the summer on ITV2 with “Love Island.” A reality dating series, the show found a summer audience seeking an alternative to heavy drama and world events.

“They are extremely funny, have great chemistry together and fans have fallen in love with the odd couple.