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', while another ranted about 'them [Muslims] round here'.
The abuse was so great that Ms Freeman even considered pulling out of the show at one stage.
He is known for his witty remarks, bubbly personality and flirtatious rapport with co-star Ci Ci Coleman.
This saw the return of 5 couples who had initially had their first dates in earlier episodes and who had formed a relationship and also included the first marriage proposal of a couple, by Scott to Victoria, who had met during an earlier episode of series 4.
FIRST Dates, the hit dating show on Channel 4, sees a group of singletons meet up at a fancy London restaurant in the hope of finding a spark of romance.
Besides the cute couplings and awkward dating faux-pas however, the question on everybody's lips is - where is the restaurant and can I eat there?
The show had been planned before Salman Abedi killed 23 people by detonating a rucksack outside an Ariana Grande concert, but producers made the decision to carry on regardless. 'Who on earth thought it would be a good idea to put prosthetics on somebody to make them a caricature of people of a different race (as if being white and muslim are exclusive anyway??? ' Ms Freeman, 44, said her experience on the show changed her outlook on Islam entirely.
But when the trailer was posted onto You Tube through the broadcaster's official channel on Tuesday, many questioned the way she was transformed, seemingly to conform to stereotypes. When she first started she said that she would try to avoid sitting next to a Muslim because 'you see them and think "they're going to blow something up".' But as she strolls through the city, she was shocked at the racist comments that were routinely shouted at her, and how it made her feel. However, she was eventually considered to stay by her host, 49-year-old Saima Alvi, who told her she faces such abuse every day.