Naked Attraction is coming back for a seventh series and it’s looking for a new wave of brave singletons.
The Channel 4 dating programme hosted by Anna Richardson is a favourite watch of many. The programme follows a hopeful singleton whittling down a group of six potential partners based solely on their naked body.
The naked hopefuls stand in six colourful and well-lit pods and are slowly revealed behind a screen body part by body part, starting at the feet first.
Naked Attraction asks the question: “When we are entirely unfiltered, what do people really find sexually attractive?”
If you think you’ve got what it takes to find a new partner based solely on your naked body they’re looking for some new sexy singletons for the next series.
Executive Producer, Darrell Olsen said: “We’re excited to be back looking for a new batch of contestants! In these times I think many people are keen to find love and what better way than dating in reverse and starting off naked!?”
Be warned 1.5 million people have watched the series in the past so you need to be brave enough to bare all!
Filming is set to begin in Autumn, adhering to the relevant COVID-19 filming guidance.
You can apply to take part here.
Nicola Adams makes history on this year’s Strictly as the first same-sex couple
Fans loved it!
Fans left speechless as she took stage on the BBC dance show on Saturday night.
The inspirational Nicola Adams became the first female amateur boxer to with an Olympic gold medal at London 2012 as well as becoming double Olympic champion following her second gold medal win in Rio 2016.
Not just that, she’s the first boxer in history to retain an Olympic title.
Now, making history again as she partners up with Katya Jones on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing to become the first same sex couple to ever be on the show.
In a previous interview, Nicola said “I’m a huge fan of the show and am thrilled to be part of something that holds such a special place in so many hearts.”
“I also wanted to thank the BBC for supporting me and making me the first ever all female-pairing; and it’s amazing to be a part of the movement for change, diversity and breaking boundaries in the entertainment industry.”
The judges were astounded by the pair and described their performance as ‘an absolutely joyful ray of sunshine’, leaving some viewers close to tears.
“Just had a little cry about how loudly and proudly herself Nicola Adams is and what a brilliant pairing this is,” said one viewer on Twitter.
Another fan said “Tonight Strictly taught us so much. There was cheer, innovation, safety, hope, sparkle and Nicola Adams. Thank you for making my little girls dance again. Hats off to every one of you @bbcstrictly.”
Dawn French hints a Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special is coming this year
This is not a drill!!!
Dawn French hints Vicar of Dibley Christmas Special is coming
There is some light at the end of 2020! Dawn French has revealed we’re getting a Vicar of Dibley Christmas special.
13 years after the show last aired, back in 2007, the show returned in April this year as part of BBC’s charity night, Big Night In.
Dawn – who plays Vicar Geraldine told Heart what she saw ahead for the future of the show, dropping a huge bombshell that we wouldn’t have to wait very long to see Geraldine and friends back on our screens.
She said “I don’t think I’d do a film, although I’d never rule out anything, but there is a little something coming for Christmas. It’s gorgeous, and I can’t tell you any more than that, sadly.” (eeeep!!!)
The Vicar of Dibley has been an iconic TV program since it first aired on the BBC back in 1994. Since it dropped on Netflix earlier this year, it picked up a whole new generation of fans, who are now of course completely in-love with Geraldine and co.
Speaking of the new generation watching the show, Dawn said: “I know they are. Through Twitter I get feedback from people, especially in the lockdown, people were settling down with their families and looking for things that they could all watch together that granny and grandson and everyone in the middle could all watch, and that’s what they decided on, which is great.
“It just brings a whole new audience of young people who wouldn’t know me from Adam.”
We don’t know about you but we’ve got everything crossed for a massive special!!
Loose Women viewers left divided after debate on banning school non-uniform days
The panellists clashed.
Loose Women panellists clashed over whether school non-uniform days should be banned or not.
Was there anything more upsetting than forgetting about a non-uniform day in school? From experience, no there definitely wasn’t.
Yesterday, Loose Women viewers were left completely divided after a live debate discussing the issue of possibly banning non-uniform days.
The discussion came about as more and more headteachers are cancelling costume and non-uniform days due to concerns about them being unfair to children who may not be able to afford clothes to wear.
Studies have revealed that there has been a spike in the number of children missing school on non-uniform days.
During the live discussion, Stacey said: “It’s a hard one. I do totally emphasise with anyone who dreads non-uniform day, especially if they can’t afford a costume.
Although she additionally stated that she doesn’t think they should be cancelled, she added: “I do think it’s nice for the kids and I don’t think the kids worry as much as the adults do. The other day it was ‘wear red day’ for racism and I just gave Leighton one of Zach’s tops to wear – he wasn’t bothered
Brenda disagreed, referring to her own experiences at school. She said: “I don’t think it’s a parent thing. For me, there were three lots of clothes – home, church and school uniform. I like a school uniform, it shows unity, there’s no reason for someone to pick you out of a crowd.
“It [non-uniform days] runs a risk of making that child feel like they’re left out of something.”
Loose Women viewers were divided by the debate with some supporting the view that they should be cancelled.
One tweeted, “When I was at school, I hated non-uniform days. As there was always the ‘pressure to look a certain way etc. It puts more pressure on the children and could create an opportunity for bullying”.
However, one disagreed tweeting “Banning non-school uniform days is nonsense”