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28-Jul-2017 17:54

Suddenly the entire set starts to rotate around me and my insides begin to melt.I feel like I'm trapped inside a Transformer which has just woken up.

I'm surrounded by scaffolding, cables and stage machinery, dimly illuminated by fluorescent lighting.

Every week my mum and grandma would ask about my dating life.

They'd tell me not to be so picky and to keep going on dates.

In the end the final decision lies with the woman and she decides if she will be with the man or not.

If she says yes they hold hands and walk off to lovely music.

I'm surrounded by scaffolding, cables and stage machinery, dimly illuminated by fluorescent lighting.

Every week my mum and grandma would ask about my dating life.

They'd tell me not to be so picky and to keep going on dates.

In the end the final decision lies with the woman and she decides if she will be with the man or not.

If she says yes they hold hands and walk off to lovely music.

Earlier this year 24-year-old Melbourne-born Phoebe Lay found herself in Shanghai on a televised dating show called "One in a Hundred".