Hosted by 46-year-old Anna Richardson, the programme sees a series of six contestants strip down to select a date in the buff. I think it’s quite hard to get rejected – most people who apply get on,” he said.
Revealing all about the show, brave participant Gavin explained that there was not a financial incentive to take part in the show, but everyone who does appear is “quite like-minded”.“If you’re on standby and you don’t appear on the show then you get paid £75 for being in the room. Speaking to i News, the contestant told how he had to audition naked before the cameras started rolling, explaining: “I went down to Newcastle, sat down and chatted with a camerawoman and a male interviewee.
Even though the view on offer was mostly flesh, the choices were skewed by preferences for whiteness and aversions to other skin types.
We found that the material was justified by the context of the programme, which is aimed at an adult audience and attempts to explore the nature of physical attraction.
‘It was scheduled appropriately and clear warnings were given prior to broadcast.’ As well as addressing Naked Attraction, Ofcom confirmed that it wouldn’t be investigating a small number of complaints about an Emmerdale bullying storyline.
Then they said ‘Can you take your clothes off now and pitch yourself to us? It wasn’t so awkward, they made me feel at ease.”Appearing on the show out of a sense of “patriotic duty”, the Kenyan-born bar manager from Edinburgh saw an advert online revealing that there had been a lack of interest in the show from Scottish audiences.
Brought to the studio in the nude for 7am filming, 24-year-old Gavin continued: “It’s a long day.
Daring to bare all gave Gavin a confidence boost, he insists, but his family were not as happy with the broadcast.