Channel 4's Naked Attraction is searching for brave singletons to bare all on TV

Studio Lambert North and Channel 4 are on the hunt for a new wave of brave Sheffield singletons willing to bare all for series seven of the hit show Naked Attraction.

Tuesday, 7th July 2020, 7:00 am

Are you currently on the single market? If so, how far are you willing to go to find that special someone? The popular television program that leaves very little to the imagination, Naked Attraction, will return for it’s much anticipated seventh series later this year.

In this daring dating series, hosted by fully-clothed TV presenter Anna Richardson, the picker will whittle down a group of six potential suitors, based solely on the power of Naked Attraction.

The naked hopefuls stand in individual pods, while one body part is revealed at a time to the picker, who eliminates a person in each round based on what they find least attractive.

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Anna Richardson hosting Naked Attraction.

Naked Attraction strips back the trappings of modern dating to just the naked body and asked the question - when we are entirely unfiltered, what do people really find sexually attractive?

Executive Producer, Darrell Olsen says: “We’re excited to be back looking for a new batch of contestants! In these times, I think many people are keen to find love and what better way than dating in reverse and starting off naked!?”

Naked Attraction is produced by Studio Lambert North with Executive Producers Darrel Olsen and Mike Cotton and Channel 4 Commissioning Editor Becky Cadman.

Filming for the series is set to begin in the Autumn, adhering to covid-19 filming guidance. You can apply here: https://www.studiolambert.com/take-part-naked-attraction.html

Naked Attraction is due to return for a seventh season.

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