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18-Sep-2016 23:58

It's either there or it isn't." After the date, Joanna says: "Lewis is a very affectionate and sweet guy that's well dressed.

He got up and kissed my cheek when I arrived which was lovely.

"There was no awkward silences – she knows how to talk.

"I wouldn't be opposed to it – but I'll leave that up to the female part of the equation!

Someone that can be a best friend as well as anything else.

I'm not going to lie, there has to be a physical chemistry there too, and there's no way of explaining that.

We clicked on politics and have the same sort of political leaning. We've both come from chubbier backgrounds and now we've become gym bunnies. Afterwards, Joanna and Lewis became Facebook friends and had a conversation away from the prying eyes of Weekend. Let us know – maybe their next dream date will be with you!

If someone took me there for a first date again I'd be pleased."I don't know if Lewis fancied me – there were no obvious signs.He's an intelligent man and there were a few times we really clicked, like when I said I knew the band Stuck Mojo and he showed me that he had them on his playlist. "It was like two friends having a great conversation.With the help of Hotel La Tour in Birmingham, we found the perfect venue; dinner in the evening sunlight at the hotel's Aalto restaurant for two. It's a little bit exciting actually, I don't get nervous – it's all just a little performance isn't it? I do want to get married and have kids, now I'm a little bit older. "I had a pleasant evening but I don't think we'll see each other again.An acoustic set from local band Bear would create the soundtrack to the evening, with the gorgeous vocal tone of Wolverhampton singer Faye Smith setting a relaxed scene. If we did, it'd take effort on both parts as she lives quite far away.

If someone took me there for a first date again I'd be pleased.

"I don't know if Lewis fancied me – there were no obvious signs.

He's an intelligent man and there were a few times we really clicked, like when I said I knew the band Stuck Mojo and he showed me that he had them on his playlist. "It was like two friends having a great conversation.

With the help of Hotel La Tour in Birmingham, we found the perfect venue; dinner in the evening sunlight at the hotel's Aalto restaurant for two. It's a little bit exciting actually, I don't get nervous – it's all just a little performance isn't it? I do want to get married and have kids, now I'm a little bit older. "I had a pleasant evening but I don't think we'll see each other again.

An acoustic set from local band Bear would create the soundtrack to the evening, with the gorgeous vocal tone of Wolverhampton singer Faye Smith setting a relaxed scene. If we did, it'd take effort on both parts as she lives quite far away.

She's interested in subjects that I wasn't expecting and we spoke about places we'd both visited in America, music we both like and wrestling too. Maybe that goes both ways – perhaps under a different circumstance it'd be different? "It was nice to spend a few hours talking to someone you wouldn't talk to normally.