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As the show goes progresses, the contestant rules out people based on whose physiques they’re attracted to – talking Richardson through their choices as they go along.As the potential matches were whittled down, Richardson – who previously hosted The Sex Education Show – revealed information about what people “normally use to judge a partner on” – from what they do for a living, to how they dress.The new series began with 1.4 million viewers, a 9.1% share of the audience, from 10pm on Monday.It had the better of Channel 5’s Big Brother, which drew 1.2 million viewers (7.9%) and BBC2’s Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience.‘It’s crammed full of slow-mo full frontal shots and definitely doesn’t hold back .One contestant was lucky enough to win a date last week and ran up to her match and wrapped her legs around him.’ It is believed Britain’s most tattooed man – born Matthew Whelan, but renamed King of Ink – is taking part.‘There will be a psychologist describing what people look like to the contestant…
Thanks to new programmes The Great British Skinny Dip, Stripped and the hotly-anticipated Naked Attraction, viewers can expect their eyes to be filled with plenty of limbs, bushes and cracks when switching the telly on over the next few months.The show won more viewers than Big Brother and BBC2, after it was labelled as “Blind Date in a brothel”.Naked Attraction – Channel 4’s new nude game show hosted by Anna Richardson – has proven a hit with viewers, despite being described as “poisonous” and “exploitative”.Over the years a number of celebrities have graced the covers of magazines naked – from Miranda Kerr's Harper's Bazaar shoot to Rihanna's daring Esquire cover we take a look at the best nude magazine covers ever The show works in stages, revealing more and more of the contestant's flesh in each round, deliberately starting with their ahem... They said this is because, "when you meet people, naturally you look at their face first.So with this, we’re sort of saying 'This is about raw physical attraction.
"So what we’re saying is 'Would you make a better, more informed decision if you stripped somebody of all of those social norms and those crutches? I made it absolutely, categorically clear right from the beginning that I was totally not taking my clothes off." Don’t worry, it will be hitting our TV screens very soon.