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A new dating show on Channel 4 has sent Twitter users mad on both sides of the Atlantic after a clip was shared online showing the rejected women being dropped through a hatch.

In The Love Trap, twelve women try to win the heart of one man, while he must discover which six contestants are real and which six are faking their feelings to win £50,000.

Once he’s made up his mind, he dumps the women through a hatch – allowing viewers to call the British series the most “brutal” dating show ever.

One person wrote, “Anyone else think The Love Trap is the best, worst thing they’ve ever seen?” while other fans called it the “Squid Games of Love.”

The Love Trap (pictured) sees 12 women trying to win one man's heart - while he must discover which six contestants are real and which six are faking their feelings to ultimately win £50,000

The Love Trap (pictured) sees 12 women trying to win one man’s heart – while he must discover which six contestants are real and which six are faking their feelings to ultimately win £50,000

Another viewer joked: ‘People are falling through the floor, that concept meeting took place in a bar.’

A third added, “The Love Trap, when Squid Game meets The Bachelor,” while a fourth wrote, “The Love Trap could be my new favorite show.”

Another admitted: ‘Why do I feel like none of them knew this was going to happen. They just throw people through trapdoors there.’

A clip showing one of the contestants, J’harie J’adore, being brutally dropped through the hatch after an elimination went viral on Twitter this week, quickly turning both Brits and Americans into fans of the show.

After her dramatic fall on the show last month, J’adore revealed that she’s actually been one of the “love traps” since she’s been in a relationship with someone for six years.

The show features 12 women vying for the attention of hunky personal trainer David Birtwistle (photo reacting to J'Haire's drop)

The show features 12 women vying for the attention of hunky personal trainer David Birtwistle (photo reacting to J'Haire's drop)

The show features 12 women vying for the attention of hunky personal trainer David Birtwistle (photo reacting to J’Haire’s drop)

steamy!  Beautiful women compete for the attention of one man in the new dating show

steamy!  Beautiful women compete for the attention of one man in the new dating show

steamy! Beautiful women compete for the attention of one man in the new dating show

Once he's made up his mind, he dumps the women through a hatch - leaving viewers (above) to call the British series the most 'brutal' dating show ever

Once he's made up his mind, he dumps the women through a hatch - leaving viewers (above) to call the British series the most 'brutal' dating show ever

Once he’s made up his mind, he dumps the women through a hatch – leaving viewers (above) to call the British series the most ‘brutal’ dating show ever

“I’m actually in a relationship. I’ve been with my partner for the past six years,” she confessed after her elimination.

“We actually made these kinds of lies together because we actually wanted money for a mortgage.”

The 12 women in the competition compete for the affection of personal trainer David, 31, who lives in London.

A clip in which one of the contestants, J'harie J'adore, is brutally dropped through the hatch after an elimination went viral on Twitter this week, quickly turning both British and Americans into fans of the show

A clip in which one of the contestants, J'harie J'adore, is brutally dropped through the hatch after an elimination went viral on Twitter this week, quickly turning both British and Americans into fans of the show

A clip in which one of the contestants, J’harie J’adore, is brutally dropped through the hatch after an elimination went viral on Twitter this week, quickly turning both British and Americans into fans of the show

It's from the makers of the Netflix reality dating game show Too Hot To Handle, and Channel 4 bosses are no doubt hoping the series will follow the success of the streaming platform's previous dating shows.  A participant is pictured

It's from the makers of the Netflix reality dating game show Too Hot To Handle, and Channel 4 bosses are no doubt hoping the series will follow the success of the streaming platform's previous dating shows.  A participant is pictured

It’s from the makers of the Netflix reality dating game show Too Hot To Handle, and Channel 4 bosses are no doubt hoping the series will follow the success of the streaming platform’s previous dating shows. A participant is pictured

He likes an active lifestyle and has a passion for cars and motorcycles. David says he can judge good character and get a feel for people’s energy from their body language.

He seeks love from someone who is sure of himself and is excited, and with whom he can chat.

David, who previously appeared on Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle, said: “She has to be outgoing, fun and bubbly, I want a best friend as well as a partner.

The eight-part series, which airs weekly every Wednesday, is hosted by Joel Dommett of the Masked Singer (pictured)

The eight-part series, which airs weekly every Wednesday, is hosted by Joel Dommett of the Masked Singer (pictured)

The eight-part series, which airs weekly every Wednesday, is hosted by Joel Dommett of the Masked Singer (pictured)

“And someone who is driven, who they want to reach in their lives, and who they want to visit.”

The eight-part series, which airs weekly every Wednesday, is hosted by Joel Dommett of the Masked Singer.

It’s from the makers of the Netflix reality dating game show Too Hot To Handle, and Channel 4 bosses are no doubt hoping the series will follow the success of the streaming platform’s previous dating shows.

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