Naked Attraction is now filming ‘thanks to social distancing friendly pods’ which means once again, everyone can indulge in one of the most bonkers TV dating shows on telly!
Thanks to the show’s unusual concept, it has been announced that Naked Attraction – which sees a group of singletons standing in pods so love interests can see what they look like butt-naked – will be filming again as it has already had social distancing guidelines implemented.
A source told The Sun: “Despite the fact contestants have to stand in a studio with no clothes on, they actually reveal themselves from behind disinfected glass pods which can be wiped down afterwards
“Singletons who’ve been chosen can go on a socially distanced date if need be.
“Channel 4 has given the team the green light and new blood, as well as contestants who had already put their name forward, will be contacted to get the show made.”
Following the announcement and the confirmation of Anna Richardson returning to work as the matchmaking presenter, it has been confirmed that the Channel 4 show is on the hunt for singletons who don’t mind baring it all.
If you don’t mind your family, friends and co-workers all knowing what you look like naked if you gain the TV show’s producers’ interest, then you can click the link here to take part in the next series.
Recently, presenter Anna has revealed that she’s considering fostering or adopting a child.
The 49-year-old told Hello! magazine that as she is getting older, she feels that “time is running out” for her to have a family.
The TV host has been in a relationship with former Great British Bake Off presenter since 2014 but has confirmed that when considering having a child, she is only referring to herself.
She explained: “For some time I’ve toyed with the idea of fostering or adopting a child.
“I can only speak for myself, not Sue [Perkins], but I really want to do the training [to foster] and welcome a child into my life.
“I feel keenly that I’m getting older, that time is running out.”
She added: “You suddenly think, ‘But I still have this desire to look after someone, to make a difference to a child who perhaps didn’t have the same opportunities as me’, so I’m keen to explore that.”
Anna stated that the coronavirus pandemic has given her time to reflect on “things I still want to do”.