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Naked Attraction is known for its bare-all approach for dating, encouraging singletons to strip off to their birthday suit to woo a potential lover. We're also treated to no-holds-barred stories such as this one:
But despite being on TV since 2016, it seems some viewers still can't quite handle the unconventional premise - with some even calling for the popular show to be cancelled after eight seasons.
Recently, we've been treated to Naked Attraction: Best Naughty Bits, a special series bringing together the show's naughtiest and most shocking moments.
After the weekly show started last month, many viewers have taken to Twitter to reflect on just how 'awful' they find the dating programme - while many others defended the 'body positive' message behind the show.
One wrote: "Why on earth is Naked Attraction a thing? Honestly I'm sex positive but someone needs to cancel this s***."
Another agreed: "Still cannot believe #NakedAttraction got commissioned!"
Someone else raged: "Naked Attraction on TV. It's awful. Think I'm old fashioned. What has happened to love and connection?"
A third said it was the 'maddest show', while another added: "How is Naked Attraction an actual thing on tv?"
Someone else stressed that they weren't a 'prude' but admitted the programme 'turns' their stomach when they see it.
However, not everyone feels the same, as some viewers simply can't get enough of the show - in fact, many have praised the show for its unique premise.
For instance, where else would you be able to watch a man make his penis dance on national television?
One said: "Naked Attraction is weird, yet it somehow manages to show sexuality and being fully naked in a natural way."
Another wrote: "Naked Attraction is one of those shows you probably shouldn't like but you just can't help yourself. So weird yet so compelling."
Tweeting earlier this year, someone else argued: "We were chatting about Naked Attraction last night (well... Watching it) and my other half pointed out that in an age of body image problems, it's actually quite positive as it shows real bodies for what they are."
A spokesperson for the show said: "Naked Attraction opens the conversation about gender, sexuality and body confidence and we are proud of the contributors who have appeared over the course of the last eight series."
Teasing the five-part series - which concluded earlier this week - ahead of its first episode back in May, host Anna Richardson told OK! Magazine that viewers would be able to look back on some of the most memorable moments from the dating show.
She said: "They are literally hilarious. When I was doing the voiceover, whoever wrote the script, literally deserves an Oscar. I was crying with laughter in the voice over booth. And I guarantee LOLS with the best of."
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