'Naked Attraction' Is Looking For Brave Singletons For New Series
The brave dating show is officially on the hunt for new singletons to get their kit off in the search for love for the next series.
"Are you looking for love? Do you fancy testing the power of Naked Attraction?" asks Studio Lambert, who produce the show.
"In this daring dating series potential couples are able to see each other in their naked glory from the very off, and producers Studio Lambert are looking for adventurous singletons to take part in any potential future episodes.
"Are you up for...naked dating?"
To catch those up who haven't seen it, Naked Attraction sees a starkers singleton choose from a line-up of potential love matches, who are lined behind coloured screens, naked as the day they were born.
As the screens slowly rise, the contenders are judged according to their bods - from their arms and legs to their private parts.
We see EVERYTHING. No censoring. No tactical pouches or Adam and Eve-style leaves. Just full on penis, vagina and boobs.
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Hosted by Anna Richardson, the format leaves for some extremely hilarious and awkward encounters - an iconic one being when 57-year-old church-goer Judith saucily said: "I do need to look at feet as well, actually. I love feet, I love to feel somebody's toes round my pussy, or kitty. I find it very sexual."
As you were, Judith.
We'll take this opportunity to say its probably not one to watch with your parents, or tell them to tune into your big television moment if you do make it on the show, for that matter...
If tonight's episode wasn't enough for you, then applications for #NakedAttraction are OPEN!
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- Naked Attraction (@C4Naked) June 24, 2020
To apply, you simply need to fill out the application form and send it off to the producers at Channel 4. The process involves a phone interview, face-to-face interviews and a filming date.
Oh, and of course don't be surprised if they ask you to strip off in the audition.
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