The UK’s rotation of television shows has gotten even steamier, with its latest dating show creation getting singletons completely naked to find their match.
UK’s Channel 4 is launching a new dating show called Naked Attraction, hosted by Anna Richardson, according to The Sun, and will encourage contestants to choose their potential partner based on physical attraction.
The raunchy program will be jam-packed with full-frontal body shots and slow motion rotations so candidates get a really good look at each other before making a final decision.
As the reality show progresses, the naked daters will reject those with bodies they don’t feel particularly attracted to and explain why they’ve given them the axe.
The final matches will then head off on a date (we’re assuming clothed) to see if their attraction to each other’s nude bodies was a good indicator for love.
Naked Attraction will begin airing in the UK later this year.
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