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Adele’s the celeb most Brits want to ‘Come Dine With Me’ – survey

A survey commissioned by my client VizEat (like an Airbnb for food) has found:
- More Brits would like to dine with Adele than anyone else;
- Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Naomi Campbell and David Gandy are the celebs people said they’d least like to have around for dinner;
- Prince Philip least popular royal to dine with, newly engaged Prince Harry was the most popular;
- Whilw people are still somewhat reluctant (on the most part) to sleep in a stranger’s home, most said they’d be happy to host a travelling stranger for dinner.

Dinner guest choices were broken down into six categories: royals, sports personalities, musicians, actors/actresses, models and well-known presenters.

Overall category favourites were: Prince Harry, Mo Farah, Adele, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cara Delevigne and James Corden.

Overall least favourite choices were: Prince Philip, Wayne Rooney, Ellie Goulding, Emily Blunt, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Simon Cowell.

Fact file

VizEat is the leading social food experience platform in Europe and connects travellers and local hosts around an authentic culinary experience. It is a unique way to exchange with people from all around the world and to discover new cultures around food. For more information, visit www.vizeat.com .

VizEat was founded in early 2014 in France and raised €1m in a seed funding round led by UK-based Eurovestech Plc; in February 2015 it acquired Paris-based pioneer Cookening, effectively becoming the European leader in the growing culinary experience sharing space. In August 2016, VizEat successfully fund raised a further €4.3m. Today VizEat has more than 110,000 members, from over 110 countries; its website and apps are now available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German and Chinese.

A mobile app for VizEat is available now for download for iOS and Android via the Google Play store.

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