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'Naked & Afraid'
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.
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. Dating Naked is a modern twist on dating shows, and features a man and a woman who date two different naked suitors on a remote exotic location.
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 Island , ITV2's inexplicably popular dating show. Here's the premise: a group of walking Barbies joins a group of walking Kens in a villa on the island of Mallorca. Everyone gets naked and hooks up. Genuinely, it's great. B ut Love Island is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to nudity on TV. Prudes need not apply.