The idea behind the series is to pair up heterosexual singles, but, as you've probably guessed, the program has one major twist that sets it apart from its TV competition: the participants are all completely naked.
That's certainly interesting, but doesn't it beg the question: do you want to spend your life with someone who won't tell the truth unless they're 100 percent exposed?However, that hasn't always been the case, as one unfortunate contestant found out the hard way.Jessie Nizewitz, a then-28-year-old New York model, was a cast member on the third episode of the first season of Nizewitz filed a million lawsuit against Viacom in 2014, citing emotional damages and stating that broadcasting her genitals had cost her a relationship.He was definitely the most interesting and believable of the guys I had been talking to.We talked a few times on the phone and eventually he said he could meet me as he was “passing through” these parts.is a show that "explores the art of romance, free of preconceived notions, stereotypes — and clothes," so it's about more than than just hoping the audience sticks around for the un-blurred butts.
That sounds lovely, but the showrunners aren't naive about what draws the audience in the first place.
During an interview with that sticking to a strict regime of constantly applying SPF 30 cream kept her from getting too crispy.
However, her counterpart on the show, Chris Aldrich, apparently didn't fare so well.
But I think what really turned me off to actually meeting any of these guys was the fear that most of them were pimply faced 16 year old boys living in their parents basement, or serial killers. However, there was 1 guy that actually persuaded me to give him my number.
He said he was this rich businessman who wanted to spoil me rotten.
My remedy is wearing pants." Paffarth also confirmed that, as suspected, the naked date contestants had bug bites "in interesting places." For participants who couldn't wear pants, like bachelorette Diane Poulos, the bites were "much worse than you can imagine." As one might expect, sunburn often proves to be a serious issue for these contestants.