Celebs Go Dating airs big promotion for Tom Read Wilson

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Photo credit: E4
Photo credit: E4

Celebs Go Dating is back on our screens with more lovelorn celebs going on cringey dates with normal folk.

But Tuesday night's episode (January 18) featured a heart-warming moment for fan-favourite team member Tom Read Wilson.

Fans of the show will know that Tom has been the agency's receptionist and Junior Client Coordinator since 2016 but now he's had a promotion.

Photo credit: E4
Photo credit: E4

After returning to the agency offices, Paul Carrick Brunson and Anna Williamson presented Tom with a new nameplate which read: Senior Client Coordinator!

Paul told Tom: "There's one person that kicks this journey off like no one else. You know who that is? It's you, T."

Anna then said: "We just felt for some time now T, that it was about time that in this agency that you have the recognition that you rightly deserve."

After receiving his new job title, Tom told the pair: "Oh this is the sort of thing that makes me very leaky."

And fans on Twitter were also 'very leaky' about Tom finally getting promoted.

"Congratulations, Tom, Fully deserved," one viewer wrote, while another added: "A huge congrats to Tom on becoming Senior Client coordinator very well deserved."

This series' celebs are: Made in Chelsea's Miles Nazaire, TOWIE's Chloe Brockett, The Apprentice's Ryan-Mark Parsons, Married at First Sight's Nikita Jasmine, former 5ive member Abz Love and presenter Ulrika Jonsson, and according to Paul and Anna, they're the toughest group yet.

"I would say, perhaps, [they're] the least receptive group ever, like hardest to break through," Paul Carrick Brunson told Digital Spy in an exclusive interview earlier this month.

"Yes. Absolutely agree. Without a doubt," Anna Williamson added. "We've worked really hard to try and push them through."

Celebs Go Dating airs weekdays at 9pm on E4.

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