Dannii Minogue’s I Kissed A Boy is getting a lesbian spinoff


Dannii Minogue hosting I Kissed A Boy, and now I Kissed A Girl spinoff
Image: BBC

A lesbian spinoff of Dannii Minogue’s BBC gay dating show I Kissed A Boy is officially in the works, with I Kissed A Girl set to feature queer women.

The BBC’s gay dating series started airing last month, hosted by Dannii Minogue as Cupid.

Now the new all-female follow-up will see a group of 10 single women in a European villa looking for love.

The ten-part show will start with the women being matched up based on what they’re looking for in a partner.

They’ll share a first kiss and then embark on a romantic journey testing their chemistry, passion and overall compatibility.

I Kissed A Boy‘s Dannii Minogue will return as host of the herstory-making series.

“After showing love truly is for everyone with I Kissed A Boy, I am thrilled to have the chance to be Cupid for girls in the second series,” Dannii said.

“I’m so excited to see if we can find more connections, chemistry and hopefully love sealed with a kiss – here come the girls.”

I Kissed A Boy is streaming on BBC’s iPlayer but no Aussie broadcaster is streaming the show yet.

But the news of I Kissed A Girl follows Netflix’s truly wild queer relationship show The Ultimatum: Queer Love, which dropped on the streaming service last month.

Read more: Dannii Minogue’s blunt response to losing followers over gay dating show

Meanwhile, Dannii Minogue has released her I Kissed a Boy theme song, We Could Be the One, as a single.

The bright, dancey track is raising money for Switchboard LGBT, the UK’s long-running queer helpline.

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Jordan Hirst
Jordan Hirst

Jordan Hirst is an experienced journalist and content creator with a career spanning over a decade at QNews. Since 2012, the Brisbane local has covered an enormous range of topics and subjects in-depth affecting the LGBTIQA+ community, both in Australia and overseas. Today, the Brisbane-based journalist covers everything from current affairs, politics and health to sport and entertainment.

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