Original article from Kent Live
New contestants from Kent are wanted to take part in the cheeky Channel 4 dating show Naked Attraction.
The show is hosted by Anna Richardson and involves a clothed participant spoilt for choice as they are faced with six naked people hidden in booths.
You could follow in the footsteps of Brian Chau Rodriguez, a wine connoisseur from Maidstone who appeared on the opening show of series 4 last year.
The dating show sees singletons whittle down six potential partners through naked attraction alone, with more of the body being revealed after every round.
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Nothing is left to the imagination for chooser or viewer as the naked bodies and faces are slowly revealed from the feet up through several rounds.
As the show goes on, the chooser is shown different body parts and has to decide which contender they like the look of. They then reduce the number of contestants down to one, and then get to go on date – fully clothed.
The Channel 4 show made by Lambert Studios has now had five series since launching in 2016.
Producers have issued a series of shout-outs for new contestants on Twitter, Plymouth Live reports.
One tweet said: "Calling all single women! Want to find like-minded people? Could you bare it all in the name of love?"
Contestants are being invited to register their interest online on a casting website.
The page says: "Are you looking for love? To register your interest in a potential new series please apply here."
According to an unconfirmed report in The Sun, the makers are considering a spin-off series based in a hotel.
That would involve the participants staying in the same place, and the chooser would have the opportunity for dates with multiple people rather than the single person in the original series.
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