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If you've ever found yourself looking for an excuse to get your kit off in public, here's your perfect chance - Naked Attraction is back for 2019 and they're taking applications.
The hit Channel 4 programme launched back in 2016 and asks people to strip off on television - with the ultimate aim of getting a date out of it.
The show's premise is quite simple. One romantic hopeful appears on the show and attempts to pick their dream date by judging the body parts of six people - think Blind Date but completely in the buff.
The bodies of the contestants are unveiled in stages, starting with their feet and moving gradually upwards, with someone being eliminated from the competition at the end of each reveal. Yup, even the handsomest, most chiselled and... um, 'physically gifted' of contestants can find themselves back on the shelf if their feet don't come up to standard in the first round.
The criteria for appearing on the show are pretty straightforward: first of all, make sure you're over 18 (easy enough). Once you're sure of that, all you have to do is register online here - and of course you'll need to be pretty confident when it comes to getting naked.
So if body-confidence is something you find attractive in a person, Naked Attraction is probably the best place to see it exhibited - and, of course, the person doing the judging has to get naked at the end too.
In fact, the only person who remains fully clothed by the end of the show is presented Anna Richardson.
Sound like an uncomfortable experience? Don't worry, there's #science behind it - whereas you're generally likely to find yourself getting to know a person before you see them sans clothes, this gets the nakedness out of the way first, establishing a physical attraction and transferring the mystery onto the other person's personality.
So there's one barrier to a relationship out of the way before you've even started, right?
In a press statement in 2018, Anna said: "It's not just about being naked, it's about acceptance, individuality and confidence.
"It's brave and it's out there, and I see that as a very positive thing."
If you want to bare all and show just what you've got on national TV, all you have to do is head over to Studio Lambert's website - well, what have you got to lose, besides your clothes? You never know, you could find The One.
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