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APPLY NOW! – Become A Contestant on WDWNT: The Dating Game

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WDWNT is looking for contestants who are searching for that special someone in their life. Sign up now for a chance at being a contestant on an upcoming edition of WDWNT: The Dating Game on Thursday, February 13, 2020!

In the game, an eligible bachelor/bachelorette will get to ask questions to three eligible suitors. At the end of the questioning, the bachelor/bachelorette must pick one person to go on a date with at a restaurant at Walt Disney World paid for by WDWNT! The date will then be recapped on a future episode of WDW News Tonight.

Here are the rules and disclaimers:

  • All contestants must live in the Central Florida area or be willing to commute for a date and to appear on the program.
  • All contestants must be able to attend the live show at our International Drive studios on Thursday, February 13, 2020.
  • All contestants will appear on camera.
  • All contestants must be 18 years old or older.
  • All contestants must fully and honestly complete the questionnaire below.
  • Filling out the application does not guarantee an appearance on WDWNT: The Dating Game. WDWNT LLC will choose the contestants on the show.
By applying, you are agreeing to the following:
  • You may appear on WDW News Tonight live in person on Thursday, February 13, 2020.
  • You may appear on at least one additional episode of WDW News Tonight.
  • You may go on one date at a restaurant of our choice at Walt Disney World paid for by WDWNT.
  • You agree to have the game show and date recorded (audio and video) and release your image and likeness to be used by WDWNT LLC.
  • A phone interview will be conducted by a WDWNT staff member to validate your eligibility.
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1 year ago

What dates for this current 2020 year will applicants need to be available for??? The article has both dates from 2019 and 2017, neither of which are the current year.

Tom Corless
1 year ago
Reply to  Kacey

Yeah, Nick didn’t do a very good job proofing this. The February 13th, 2020 is the correct date, despite what the form says.