Naked Attraction’s biggest secrets revealed: Controversial Channel 4 dating show is exposed as former contestant shares REAL behind the scenes secrets from the audition to filming to the surprising pay
Naked Attraction, hosted by Anna Richardson, is a dating show with a difference.
The main premise of the programme sees six contestants strip down to nothing in order to grab themselves a date.
Naked Attraction – with no censorship – shocked the nation during it’s first series back in 2016; being the first show of its kind to show full frontal nudity.
However, viewers were even more shocked when the show returned again with the second series.
And now a former contestant on the show has opened up about his time on the Channel 4 programme, revealing Naked Attraction’s biggest secrets.
Here’s what we found out.
How much do Naked Attraction contestants get paid?
Bar manager Gavin revealed everything about his experience on the show to iNews, even though he did not walk away with a date.
And while some people will be left questioning how much the contestants get paid to go completely naked on national TV, the answer may surprise you – it’s nothing.
Gavin revealed: "If you’re on standby and you don’t appear on the show then you get paid £75 for being in the room. You don’t get paid if you’re on the show.
"I got accepted. I think it’s quite hard to get rejected – most people who apply get on.”
You have to audition – naked
Like most dating TV shows, you have to audition first.
However, with Naked Attraction, you have to do it completely naked.
The process, which Gavin described to be around 45 minutes went a little something like this: “I went down to Newcastle, sat down and chatted with a camera woman and a male interviewee.
"Then they said ‘Can you take your clothes off now and pitch yourself to us?’ It lasted about 45 minutes.
"It wasn’t so awkward, they made me feel at ease.”
You start filming at 7am
Like other dating shows – such as Take Me Out – days of filming can go on for a long time.
"You’ve got about two hours of standing in a box until it all starts. It ended up being from seven in the morning to three in the afternoon to film half an hour of television.”
Gavin revealed: “It’s a long day. They do some hair and make-up and then you get to meet the people you’re up against.
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