New celebrity dating show
Yet it sets itself up not as some titillating fleshfest riding roughshod over the boundaries of decency, but as a SCIENTIFIC experiment.
C4 states: “In an increasingly complicated dating world, some evolutionary psychologists and sexual scientists believe that our bodies alone may still project the best information for us to select a successful partner.” Anna and a fully-clothed dater looking for love stand in front of six differently coloured Perspex boxes each containing a naked love match.
They do seem well suited and comfortable with each other.
Is it because they got the embarrassing bit out of the way early on, or are they both just camera-loving exhibitionists? Next up is bisexual lingerie designer and masseuse Mal, who has three men and three women to choose from.
They appraise her body and she chooses who to go off with.
Predictably, the show is weighted in favour of the well-endowed and it’s obvious how much the men like her.
The no-holds-barred discussions on this show would make Madonna blush.Another reject describes the show as a “confidence boost”.After whittling her suitors down to the final two, Mal also strips off and her potential dates admire her boobs and delight in being right about guessing her pubic hair arrangements.Well, it makes a change from, “It’s not you, it’s me”.She rejects one well-endowed fella as “too intimidating”, leaving him to lament: “If she’d got to know me she’d know I’m the kindest most gentlest person there is, so that wouldn’t be a problem.” Well, that’s the nature of the show.
It also leaves you wondering what normal body hair looks like, while making a mental note never to watch the show with your parents, kids or indeed any other family members.