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I didn't really watched the whole 2 shows I bothered with, just zipped thru, but the producers may get a bigger audience, more voyeurs if they didn't blur it all.
I personally not that keen on a lot of "reality" shows, they are really staged reality and usually pretty boring.
The six contenders are whittled down to two, at which point the chooser also has to strip before making their final decision.
The couple then goes on a date – fully clothed - to see if the attraction is more than skin deep.
Each week, a new pair of total strangers are faced with the ultimate survival challenge: survive for 21 days together with no clothes or supplies in some of the most dangerous environments ... A dozen single Women wait anxiously in the Caribbean as a man a day arrives via helicopter - each man chooses which woman he would like to be "coupled " with, until they are all paired up and the fun begins.
See full summary » A group of amateur survivalists are put to the ultimate test in the wild for 40 days with nothing but a few primitive tools. Are you the one second chances is the spinoff of MTV'S original show Are you the one.
Some have been sympathetic, or at least impressed by the bravery of those who took part in the show, but many critics were appalled.
Ed Power at the Daily Telegraph says: "Channel 4's confusing remake of Free Willy marched on to a third episode, oblivious, it seemed, to the howls, hoots and widespread consensus that this naked dating show represented a final harbinger of the apocalypse"."It was all quite icky and clinical", he adds.
The show, hosted by Anna Richardson, puts six mate-seeking singles on display for one individual, who chooses who stays and who goes based on what they like and dislike about their completely naked bodies.
At least some of the contestants looking for love "actually found it".
But reactions from commentators and the public have been more sceptical and some are downright horrified.
One viewer tweeted: "That Naked Attraction show is beyond creepy", while another wrote: "Our society has reached a new low, and I have a pretty high tolerance for trash.
#Eugh." Others questioned how the programme had even made it on air.