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Watching the completely nude bodies appear bit by bit on Naked Attraction can be a lot even when you're watching at home, so when contestant Brian Chau Rodriguez saw it live in the studio, he became a little overwhelmed.
The then-23-year-old appeared on the show in 2020 and at the time had never had sex with a woman, but he decided to leave the set when he saw female bodies naked for the first time.
Two years on, Brian has now confirmed he is still a virgin and made clear he's content with that status.
Speaking to the Daily Star, the wine connoisseur said: "On the love front, nothing's really changed, I am still a virgin, but that's absolutely fine."
Prior to appearing on Naked Attraction, Brian had tried to find his other half by appearing on the show Dress to Impress and hoping to get avoid the 'no likey, no lighty' blackout by auditioning for Take Me Out.
On the whole, though, Brian said he's 'not fussed' and is 'pretty laid back on the love front'.
"I just want to wait and see what happens and I'm sure it'll happen with who I think is the right person," he said.
Though Brian admitted he had to take a moment to himself on Naked Attraction, at which point the producers tried to console him, but getting involved with reality TV shows helped build his confidence and push himself out of his comfort zone.
"The reason why I applied for these shows, certainly Dress To Impress, to begin with, was firstly, I wanted to have a bit of fun but secondly because I wanted to find love," he explained.
"I wanted to experience something new and I did because it's opened me up to different opportunities. I loved having these experiences and it was worth taking the risk."
Following his experiences with each of the shows, Brian has plans in the future to make his own TV shows and has even been approached about the matter already.
He explained: "I do intend at some point to make my own programmes. I've had a few producers approach me about it."
Drawing on his personal interests, Brian explained he wants to make 'cultural programmes' that will see him 'going round to different countries and exploring different food and of course wine."
"I'd like to make more quality television of my own with a really good team around me," he said.
Featured Image Credit: Channel 4
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