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Make my date: local manís role in new RTE TV show

Thursday, 19th December, 2013 4:15pm

Story by Noelle Finegan
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Make my date: local manís role in new RTE TV show

Emmett Casey who features in 'My Best Shot' which airs on RTE 2 tonight at 10pm.

Make my date: local manís role in new RTE TV show

Emmett Casey who features in 'My Best Shot' which airs on RTE 2 tonight at 10pm.

Navan man Emmet Casey will feature on a new television show which airs tonight at 10pm on RTE Two.  

‘My Best Shot’ is the new comedy dating show presented by Bernard O’Shea in which singles rate each other’s awkward family photos in an attempt to find a life partner.

Emmet, who is originally from Abbey Grove but now living in Johnstown, was one of the four guys chosen to take part in the show.
In ‘My Best Shot’ four girls and four guys – separated by a huge projection screen – have to rely on family photos from the past to evaluate a potential date.
The guys and girls confer before pressing their touchscreen and eliminating a potential partner from the other side of the screen.
When they are eliminated, the guys and girls get the chance for some sweet revenge with the dramatic reveal of their ‘Best Shot’: a highly styled portrait of themselves taken by award-winning photographer David Cantwell.
By the end of the show, just one girl and one guy are left. They are the winners and become the only guy and girl to meet, which happens when the screen finally raises and their ‘best shots’ are replaced by them in the flesh.
Emmet, who has studied hospitality and event management, now works at the Red Cow Morans Hotel in Dublin.
Show host Bernard O’Shea had this to say: “My Best Shot is to dating shows what David Hasselhoff is to acting: it’s loud, ridiculous and great fun to watch.”

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