Naked Attraction fans hold hands as man eliminates female contestant for ‘weird’ reasons

Singleton Luca has some very specific criteria when it comes to finding the woman of his dreams – but Channel 4 viewers were unimpressed when he explained why he voted. choose the contestant in blue.

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Nude attraction: Contestants reject women because of her neck

Naked Attraction fans were left baffled on the show’s latest episode after a contestant voted for one of his picks for what many consider a very unusual reason.

The controversial Channel 4 dating show is currently airing its ninth season – having made its shock and horror debut in 2016.

The show sees a singleton choose one of six nude contestants in hopes of protecting a mate, and the winning pair go on a date to see how they dress after getting dressed.

In each round, the contestants get to vote as the only one who decides what they don’t like about their least favorite participant as they reduce the contestants by one.







A Naked Attraction contestant named Luca is looking for a beautiful neck for the woman of his dreams
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In a recent episode, a contestant named Luca was hoping to find the woman of his dreams – but insisted she needed the perfect neck.

He explained: “She has a lovely neck. Necks are very important. They are very sexy.”

He added: “Yellow has a very nice neck. I think kissing and stroking her neck is pretty cool too.”

But when examining the woman in the blue robe, Luca said: “She has a lovely smile but her neck doesn’t attract me.”







Luca made some unusual remarks about women’s necks
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And things got even worse for the woman in the blue shirt, whom he dismissed, saying, “Her neck isn’t that good. That’s not what I really want.”

Viewers weren’t impressed with Luca’s veto of the women leaning on their necks.

Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: “Honestly he’s giving off weird vibes with this ancient haunt, green lucky escape death. #NakedAttraction. ”

Another added: “Glorious… get out of the way.”







Contestants in blue shirts are allowed to enter
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And a third tweeted: “Did he just say ‘Her neck doesn’t really taste that good. That’s not what I really want to do’. Ok man Lol.”

Since the show first began airing in 2016, a number of television fans have demanded that the show be cut.

One viewer raged online: “Why on earth watch Naked Attraction? Honestly, I’m sexually active but someone needs to cancel this. ”

Others questioned how the show was able to air in the first place, with one tweeting: “The time at night where it’s too late to start anything so you only watch 15 minutes of the Naked Attraction buffer and still can’t believe it exists.”

And another comment: “Still can’t believe #NakedAttraction is live!”

But presenter Anna Richardson has defended the controversial and divisive show, saying it can help contestants boost their confidence.

“As funny as it is, and we laugh together, the nudity has a much deeper meaning, it’s about acceptance, identity and individuality,” she said.







Host Anna Richardson defended the show against criticism
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“I must have seen thousands of naked people who were completely cool with themselves and were like ‘This is me,’ and that was very liberal.

“There’s something wonderful about being able to look at normal bodies, while you’re like, ‘Actually, my body isn’t that bad, I look a bit like that.’ It’s about acceptance.”

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