The Cabins singleton Abraham says he is hoping to impress girls on the new ITV dating series by showing off his dance moves and guitar playing.
The architect student, 21, admits he loves nothing more than entertaining friends and "looking a clown".
The confident lad, who is from East London, goes as far as saying that acting like a buffoon is "my religion".
Abraham said: "I’m completely fine with dating on camera.
"I feel like when I’m in there I’m going to forget that the cameras are there.
"I think just do what you normally do, just in a luxury cabin on national television."
He added: "I can play the guitar. I’ve bought it with me.
"I can dance. I say that with a lot of confidence, but yeah… being entertaining and looking like the clown, that’s my region."
Despite his self-belief, Abraham hasn't has the best luck with women.
He continued: "What I’m specifically looking for is a partner or a best friend that could lead into that.
"That department of my life has been extremely unfortunate. It would be nice to just relax and have someone to be my partner, my best friend, my girlfriend at the same time.
"I’ve seen it happen to a lot of my friends, I don’t know when it’s going to happen to me."
Describing the show, ITV2 said: "Singletons are ditching the dating apps, giving up the ghosting and casting off the catfishers in favour of spending 24-hours getting to know each other in an intimate log cabin.
"Nestled in the UK, each sumptuous cabin boasts a hot tub, games, romantic outdoor seating and fully equipped kitchens to rustle up date-worthy treats.
"After 24 hours together the couples must decide if they are lovestruck or lovelorn."
Meanwhile, ITV's Head of Digital Channels and Acquisitions, Paul Mortimer teased: "This is a fantastic new format which challenges young people to delete the apps and attempt to date face to face, with no distractions.
"We're thrilled to be bringing this show to ITV2 viewers who will have front row seats, eavesdropping on our couples as they attempt to find true love."
The Cabins starts 9pm, January 4 on ITV2