'Naked Attraction' Is Looking For New Contestants To Strip Off For Love
Naked Attraction is searching for new contestants to get their kit off in a bid to find love.
The dating show sees potential lovers strip down completely naked before choosing their dating partner by assessing nothing but their appearance, because what else could you possibly be looking for in a life partner?
Now, applications are open for 18-and-overs willing to strip down in front of cameras (and the nation). So if that sounds like you, you can sign up here.
To apply, all you need to do is fill in the online application form and upload at least one recent picture of yourself, although we assume it doesn't need to be a nude.
After that, potential contestants will be invited to a series of auditions taking place across London, Manchester and Newcastle later in the year.
Then you could join host Anna Richardson and a host of naked singles looking for love on national television.
The bizarre dating show was first launched on Channel 4 back in 2016, and it has become a firm favourite guilty pleasure ever since.
Ok I love this show. Your lying if you say this isn't your guilty pleasure :joy::joy: #NakedAttraction
- Dan Baynham (@Dan_Baynham95) September 14, 2018
Why haven't I watched naked attraction before now :joy::see_no_evil::ok_hand: this is brilliant. New guilty pleasure #nakedattraction #channel4 #dating
- :v:JB (@JBash2293) August 17, 2016
Each show starts with one chosen contestant who first appears fully clothed as they pick from six potential date who all stand in separate boxes.
Starting from the feet upwards, the boxes reveal more and more of the naked contestants, and each time, a potential date is eliminated.
When it comes to the final two, the chosen contestant must also strip off before choosing their date.
The chosen partners then get to enjoy a date fully dressed, before deciding whether they'd like to see each other again.
If you think you've got what it takes to bare all in a bid to find love, you can apply here.
Featured Image Credit: Channel 4