Plans for a celebrity version of the nude attraction have been scrapped after a lot of talent refused to sign up.
Channel 4 owners had hoped that a special edition of the show would be funded by Stand Up to Cancer as a celebrity nude attraction.
But he had to end the idea because many celebrities did not want to appear on national TV.
Naked Attraction is a dating game show, in which a dressed person encounters six naked people who are initially hiding in a booth. Their bodies and faces gradually appear from afar, from the feet as they pick.
The only big name who was ready to expose everyone was former celebrity Big Brother star, 56-year-old India Wolobi.
“I was told to do the show and I wanted to do it. I was ready for it and it was in the pipeline,” he said. Daily Star.
“But unfortunately they didn’t get enough people, so it went under the pan.”
India said it would still be ready if Channel 4 owners hoped to revive the idea in the future.
He said, “You only live once. My body is going to deteriorate very soon.”
“If I was going to do the show, it would have to happen in the next 12 months or everything is going to hang around my ankles!”
Naked attraction host Anna Richardson, 50, has previously said she would like to see a popular version aired.
The failed celebrity nude attraction came when the show was criticized for its “terrible and inconsistent” new bus commercials.
Londoners who have dubbed the ad “Tone Deaf” are seen as part of a nationwide campaign on double-decker buses.
It shows an advertisement that is completely black except for the passengers sitting on the seats above the three arrows.
TFL, Channel 4 and Global Media Group have been criticized on social media for the campaign, which included a suggestion that the person in the front seat “likes to be naked”.
One arrow states that he ‘loves naked attraction’, the other ‘hates nakedness’ while the last one claims that the one above ‘likes to be naked’.
Author Tracy King shared the photo on Twitter: “Is this weird bus ad? You can’t just label unwilling passengers like that. Doesn’t Channel 4 know how many sexual assaults there are on buses?” ? “
A TFL spokesman said the organization works to ensure that public transport is a safe environment.
He confirmed that “any reports of sexual abuse or misconduct are investigated and treated with the utmost seriousness”.
The spokesman added: “We work tirelessly to ensure that public transport is a safe environment for everyone, and that any reports of sexual abuse or misconduct are investigated and treated with the utmost seriousness.
“We have reviewed the ad campaign and decided that it should not run on our bus network. It will be removed as soon as possible.”
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said it had received 26 complaints about the advertisement.
A spokesman for the channel said: “This ad is based on Channel 4’s entertainment program
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