Chrissy Teigen Reacts Brilliantly To Discovering Channel 4 TV Show ‘Naked Attraction’
11 September 2017, 12:33
She couldn't believe it.
Chrissy Teigen is known for her witty tweets and sassy responses on social media.
However the US supermodel, who is married to John Legend, couldn’t believe her eyes after she discovered bizarre Channel 4 dating show ‘Naked Attraction’.
She sent out a stream of hilarious tweets detailing her shock and amazement at the UK show, which sees contestants judge each other on the look of their naked bodies.
Uh there is something called Naked Attraction on here in london and WHAT TF IS THIS it's dating based on genitals. Like I'm seeing pp's— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 10 September 2017
Oh my god they are just looking at genitalia. It's zooming in on penis and balls— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 10 September 2017
After the initial shock wore off, she then became curious and began giving a running commentary on the show.
Josh: "if I could change one thing about myself it'd probably be uhhh my uhhh feet they're uhhh too big heh heh" oh wow josh— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 10 September 2017
I would die if I were the first person eliminated based strictly on genitals— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 10 September 2017
When hotel room service came knocking, she hilariously switched the TV channel over to tennis.
Room service came and I had to pretend to be watching tennis pic.twitter.com/jg33rTxuSC— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 10 September 2017
However Teigen appeared to be won over by the shamelessness of British dating shows and later discovered ‘Celebs Go Dating’.
"celebs go dating" celebrity dating agency I'm never leaving the UK— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) 11 September 2017
Naked Attraction premiered on UK TV back in 2016 and was slammed by some members of public for the amount of genitals shown in each episode.
The first episode reportedly included 282 shots of male genitalia and 96 shots of female genitalia, which is significantly more than any US dating equivalent.