Hosted by 46-year-old Anna Richardson, the programme sees a series of six contestants strip down to select a date in the buff. I think it’s quite hard to get rejected – most people who apply get on,” he said.
Revealing all about the show, brave participant Gavin explained that there was not a financial incentive to take part in the show, but everyone who does appear is “quite like-minded”.“If you’re on standby and you don’t appear on the show then you get paid £75 for being in the room. Speaking to i News, the contestant told how he had to audition naked before the cameras started rolling, explaining: “I went down to Newcastle, sat down and chatted with a camerawoman and a male interviewee.
Last year it was branded the "worst programme ever shown on TV".
While, in the future, I may direct those who tell me ‘I’m just not into Asian girls’ towards this documentary, I may well just stick with my current response: ‘Well I’m just not into racists – so this has worked out perfectly’.
It appeared that most of the women had chosen to remove their pubic hair (whether especially for the show or due to habit).
Dominic himself pointed out that they were "all very bare" and "looked very neat and tidy".
suggested that this culture was created, in part, by dating apps, which allowed users to determine the ethnic origins of their potential matches.
He added: “My sister wants to kill me and I don’t think my Mum and Dad are very happy.It’s not racist, they insist, it’s just their preference and nothing can be done about it.This was the tone employed by the sample of British singletons who formed the focus of One man, Jordan, who had been happy to proclaim his preference for “white girls”, also said he’d never slept with a woman larger than a size 12.But I did feel one nagging frustration at the end of what was, generally speaking, an enlightening programme.Jordan, one of the most vocal in his sexual distaste for women of colour, was apparently vindicated because in one particular experiment (during which the participants were fitted with eye-cameras) he didn’t express what the show described as an “unconscious preference towards race”.