Lord Alan Sugar and Donald Trump are arguing on Twitter. It's the latest reality TV feud.
Finding a loving, lasting relationship isn't easy even for Hollywood stars (as their countless divorces and splits illustrate), so what's it like for those living with challenging conditions? That's what Channel 4 series The Undateables attempts to explore.
However, even before it starts, this series is already courting controversy courtesy of the fact that its subjects - including a person with Asperger's and another with Tourettes - have been branded as 'undateables'.
In defence of the show, Channel 4 insists it's a reflection of how society views people with disabilities. "The title is a reflection of society's own perceptions and intended to challenge stereotypes and encourage debate. The Undateables is an uplifting and moving three-part series which is about the universal quest for love and people will judge for themselves when they see it."
However, some feel it's exploitative and outrage has already been expressed on forums and social networking sites, including Twitter.
One person tweeted: "Please take a couple of minutes to complain to C4 about the show Undateables" another said: 'First Playing it Straight, now The Undateables when is Channel 4 going to realise how offensive their shows are getting?"
Finally, this tweet will leave you in no doubt as to the strength of feeling: "Titanic director James Cameron enters the record books by reaching the lowest point on Earth, until Channel 4's Undateables on Tuesday.'
In our gallery, you can find out more about the people featured in the show who are looking for love; will they find 'the one'?
The Undateables airs Tuesday 3 April at 9pm on Channel 4
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