Naked Attraction star says men ‘shake penis to look bigger’ in cold studio

One Naked Attraction contest has said that men would "shake it to look bigger" and that they're "blasted with cold air" while standing starkers in the coloured pods.

For those out of the know, Naked Attraction is a Channel 4 show that sees a slew of hopefuls strip down to nothing in order to show off their bodies in a bid to find love.

Hosted by Anna Richardson, the popular programme has been a hit with viewers since it began in 2016.

Contest Gavin, who recently appeared on the risqué programme, has opened up to iNews about his experience on show, while recalling how men would try to make their manhood appear to look bigger.

He recalled how the pods were pretty hot because of the light that shines down, but producers had a nifty way of preventing the contestants from sweating.

"You were sweating because there was a light shining on you, but there was a draft so it was a bit cold, so there was quite a lot of shaking going on by the boys," he explained.

Adding: "Whenever the camera wasn’t on, everyone was shaking themselves to try and make themselves look bigger."

Before getting accepted onto the show Gavin went to Newcastle to get interviewed by "a camerawoman and a male interviewer" before he got a chance to take part in the popular Channel 4 programme.

Gavin opened up and recalled how during the audition phase with the two people, he was asked to strip down completely before chatting about himself in the style of a pitch.

"It lasted about 45 minutes," he said, adding: "It wasn't so awkward, they made me feel at ease."

Chatting about whether or not money changes hands, Gavin explained how if you appear on the show you won't receive a penny, but if you're a standby you'll get a healthy £75.

He later explained that he believes it's "hard to get rejected" from the programme, saying how "most people who apply get on".

Emmylou, who once appeared on the show, has also confirmed the lack of payment.

Speaking to The Sun she said: "You don't get paid. It's something that if you want to do, you can do. It's very liberating – and a great experience."

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