Don't Tell The Bride are looking for couples from Liverpool to take part in a brand new series of the show.

The hit show is back and producers are on the hunt for engaged couples to tie the knot in a unique way.

Grooms will get £13,000 to plan the big day, with the bride not allowed to know any details.

An advert for the E4 show said: "Don't Tell the Bride has eloped to E4 and is looking for couples who want to tie the knot.

"Could you plan a surprise wedding with £13,000 in 3 weeks? Or would you trust your partner to plan the biggest day of your life?"

Couples have to apply online with a picture and video of themselves, and complete a short application form.

Those who are wanting to apply can do so here .

The last series made headlines when a wedding was cancelled for the first time ever after producers discovered the couple involved had been communicating with each other.

Groom Yanis Wilkinson Teece and fiancee Shanise Frame say they were left heartbroken when they were told they could not tie the knot.

Yanis, 23, and Shanise, 20, had been dating for two and a half years and he said he proposed to her twice - first in the bathtub, and then again on Christmas Day in front of their relatives.

They applied to go on the TV show and Yanis, a musician, was given a budget of £13,000 and decided to get married in Paris before flying back to Birmingham for the reception.

Yanis had the idea of spending £2,000 on his local takeaway for the reception food.

Under the strict rules of the show, the bride is not meant to know anything about what is being planned, and the couple are not allowed to communicate with each other in any form about the proceedings.

But producers became suspicious when one of the bridesmaids let slip that she knew it was being held in Paris.

They investigated further and discovered that Shanise, a creative arts student , had been going through Yanis's emails in a bid for clues about the wedding.

And just three days before they were due to get hitched producers cancelled the wedding.