'Naked Attraction' Is Looking For Contestants For Its Third Season
Have you ever wanted to get totally naked on TV and have other people decide if they want to go on a date with you based on what your body looks like?
No, neither have we. However comfortable you feel in your own skin, it's still a little awkward, especially when you factor in all of the people watching at home.
But there's a whole bunch of men and women who are totally up for it, and many have already done so, appearing on Channel 4 show Naked Attraction.
If you've never seen it, it basically does what it says on the tin - one person gets the chance to find their perfect match from six naked contestants.
Each of those six has reveals a part of their body from the feet up while being asked questions about themselves. Little by little, their full body is revealed, but not before one gets eliminated every round.
Anyway, the popular show is looking for new contestants and is taking applications on the Channel 4 website.
All you need to do is fill out one simple online form, answer some simple questions, be aged over 18 (obviously) and have a good amount of body confidence.
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But of course, that's kind of the point of the show. Because it might seem terrifying to bare all on TV, what the show does very successfully is dismantle preconceived notions about body confidence, as well as the balance between physical attraction and everything beyond that.
Well, that's the idea, anyway - but you don't have to take such an analytical approach to watching it.
And we're 99 percent sure that most contestants picking their partner from the bodies on offer are thinking more about what they look like, rather than what's inside their heads.
We could be wrong, though. So far, the two seasons of the show - which is hosted by Anna Richardson, who wears clothes, in case you were wondering - have resulted in a good few match-ups.
"It's not just about being naked, it's about acceptance, individuality and confidence," Richardson said in a press statement.
"It's brave and it's out there, and I see that as a very positive thing."
So, go forth if you dare. And make sure there's - literally - no dress code for the wedding when it happens.
Featured Image Credit: Channel 4
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