Naked Attraction Contestant Reveals What It’s Like To Be On Show

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Last week, the first episode of Naked Attraction aired and people freaked out a bit.

If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch it, basically, it’s a new dating show that starts how many dates end – with people being naked.

Essentially, the show gets as up close and personal as you can get.

A total of six men or women (or both) stand in different coloured boxes. Then, faced by their prospective date, they have every body part inspected until the six contestants are whittled down to one.

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And now, a Naked Attraction contestant has lifted the lid what it’s really like to get your kit off in front of strangers and an audience of millions – and how his parents weren’t too pleased when they saw him on TV.

Apparently, it’s not as awkward as you’d think.

Merseyside-born artist and actor Matty Roche was chosen to go on a date with fellow contestant Aina and said:

I didn’t find it awkward at all, I’m used to nudity, I have previously taken part in performances that were nude and a lot of the festivals I go to often have naked saunas.

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Roche, who is also a former strippergram, is no stranger to showing off his body – but he did admit he’s embarrassed by that massive elephant tattoo on his pelvis, the Liverpool Echo reports.

He also admitted that his mum and dad weren’t too happy:

My Mum and Dad were on holiday when they found out and they’re quite disappointed with me. I think they think I’ve embarassed myself.

I don’t think they’ve watched the programme but I think they’d be more understanding if they did, I’m sure they’d be okay with it.

But it’s not just his family that have reacted negatively to the show – the new Channel 4 dating show has also received criticism from the public and TV critics.

Roche disagrees, though.

He added:

I find it really hypocritical that some of the newspapers who until recently had pictures of half naked women in them now think that this show is showing too much.

We live in a society that’s becoming more sexualised and this show displayed nakedness in a way that was less superficial and people are complaining about it.

And after being paired up with London-based DJ Aina, Matty counts the show as a success.

Fair play to the contestants though, it takes some pretty big balls (literally) to be able to do that.


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