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Channel 4 is hoping to bring some “old-fashioned romance” back into dating with a dance show.Flirty Dancing (working title) will see “couples brought together through the art of dance”.I’d rather just not look and enjoy my time.”Benson’s point of view on social media is why she urges her fans to take what they see on their phone screens with a major grain of salt.She recalled a time during the first season of “PLL,” when she was surprised to pull up her Instagram to see a promotional poster of her and her castmates’ bodies and faces drastically Photoshopped.“‘PLL’ had put up this poster and it was from our first season and it was completely crazy. “Even for magazine covers, they’ll Photoshop out a mole, make your boobs bigger or your waist four sizes smaller, and you’re like, ‘That’s not even me.’ You never know how it’s going to turn out because you have no control and you’re not editing the photos, but it sucks when you’re like, ‘Wow.There was a chemistry that I don’t think would have been created sitting across from each other at a table and just talking.“I want to bring a bit of old-fashioned romance back to dating – the magic that can be created without a word being spoken.“Sarah Lazenby, commissioning editor for factual entertainment at Channel 4, said the new show was a perfect antidote to today’s dating apps.“Inspired by the evocative atmosphere of La La Land, we want to recapture the magic and romance of the dancehall days when you could be swept off your feet rather than being swept left or right,” she said.
Minutes into our phone conversation, Benson, on her way to a workout in New York City, pauses mid-story to apologize for an ambulance siren in the background, casually mentioning that there’s a fire.
As someone who started acting when she was 5, Benson has seen a lot of scripts come by, though she’s still haunted by the same “pointless fillers for men.” “Women don’t really have a lot of good lead roles.
There’s always some weird storyline with them,” Benson says.
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Being the shy girl she is she never knew how to react to all this publicity,but with the help for all her celeb friends and someone to love, she might just get some confidence.
I Instagram sometimes, but I don’t really go on it,” Benson says.