The star is taking part in the latest series which sees celebrities set up on dates with members of the public.Overseen by matchmakers Nadia Essex and Eden Blackman, Melody, along with stars like Ferne Mc Cann and Jorgie Porter, is on the hunt for the perfect partner.The singer made her debut on the E4 dating show on Monday night.Melody and her fellow new addition Jonathan Cheban were introduced to daters for the first time on the episode.Melody admitted that she needs someone to be in love with them before she has sex with them, saying: "I'm just trying to keep my knees together." However she did confess that she "is up for some f****ing though." Nadia and Eden looked shocked at the comment and viewers at home were equally stunned.Fans rushed to Twitter to express their surprise at the x-rated comment.The first series featured 15 episodes, and saw the likes of Charlotte Crosby, Stephanie Pratt and Joey Essex paired up with ordinary people.And the second season, due to air next week, sees Joey return hoping it's second time lucky.
Lunch date: Melanie Griffith highlighted her toned body in a dark grey jumper and oatmeal-coloured pleated-front trousers as she said goobye to her friend after a leisurely lunch in Los Angeles on Thursday Melanie looked like she'd dressed casually for the lunch date, with her long blonde hair hanging messily around her shoulders and eschewing high-heels for a set of slightly clumpy-looking black brogues. Griffith began her career as an adolescent in nonspeaking film roles before making her credited debut opposite Gene Hackman in Arthur Penn's Night Moves (1975).