Just when you thought reality television couldn't shock you any more, naked reality TV showswhere contestants bear their souls and their bodies, are rising in popularity. The title is 'Naked and Afraid. Naked reality television is even popping up on shows about real estate.
The show matched up several contestants who were routinely switched with other contestants. While contestants were nude most of the time, the show does not show contestants' genitals. Amy Paffrath served as the host for the first two seasons and was clothed in her appearances.
Please refresh the page and retry. We would all, it seems, do anything for love Which brings me, in a roundabout sort of way, to Love IslandITV2's inexplicably popular dating show.
From wine-drunk women getting into fights to young twenty-somethings whose only mission is getting drunk and hooking up, there doesn't seem to be anything beneficial to watching reality TV except to see some mindless entertainment. And for the record, we see absolutely nothing wrong with that. On the surface, the most recent reality TV trend seems to continue supporting that idea, as people are literally stripping down to appear naked on national TV. Granted, all the important — ahem — parts are blurred, but the fact remains the same: these people are still baring it all on camera.
They will hang out with eight naked body-confident hosts — whose modesty is covered only by paint. Mental health campaigner Natasha Devon also oversees the show, which starts on Thursday. The Naked Beach participants include a mum with stretch marks and a redhead who hates almost everything about her figure.
Filthy reality series Adam Seeks Eve: Promise in Paradise believes that couples are better able to get to know each other if they meet naked. Like its UK counterpart, a group of contestants are sent away to live together on the idyllic island of Tikehau in French Polynesia with the aim of finding their perfect match. But, if you thought the hit ITV show was a bit racy, the undercover antics on the German version are not so undercover.
Reality TV is important for a gazillion reasons. It shows you the ups and downs of life, raw human emotion, different sides of people, and of course, nudity. Let's be honest, when you start watching a show and they warn about nudity, we all low-key rejoice and fist pump the air.
Back in the day, you had to go out to a video store, look in a private room behind some beaded curtains for a video, drive back home, and then use your VHS player to get nakedness on your television. Or, even worse, you had to call a numbe r and pay over the phone each time you wanted to watch some nudity on screen. But we've come a long way, baby, and now pretty much every channel barring basic cable has their own way for a viewer to get their eyes on some boobs and some butts.
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