A new television show sees people stripped off by potential partners and reveal their darkest secrets – including an out gay Trump supporter.
MTV’s ‘Undressed’ sees people strip each other off, get into bed and have discussions about themselves and their beliefs.
The reality competition from Bunim/Murray sees potential couples get to know each other by asking each other pre-decided questions.
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A trailer for the series sees a load of drama unfold as people ask each other questions like ‘Do you believe in monogamy?’
But at the end of the trailer, two men are featured as one asks the other” As a gay man how could you vote for Trump”.
Naturally, the Trump voter looks super awkward and kind of looks away.
Viewers will have to watch the series on MTV to see his answer.
Check out the trailer for the series below:
The MTV website reads: “Undressed, the brand-new series coming to MTV on August 16, will feature two strangers becoming acquainted with one another — with a sexy twist. Mere minutes after exchanging formalities, the duo will be instructed to remove their clothes and answer questions/perform challenges in order to test their compatibility. It’s time to strip — and get really real.”
The show opens on MTV on 18 August.
It features some parallels with British Channel 4’s series ‘Naked Attraction’.
The Channel 4 reality show, which is fronted by out TV presenter Anna Richardson, features contestants picking potential dates based on their naked bodies.
The show has traditionally featured heterosexual contestants picking from six naked people of the opposite gender, but the show’s first new episode was decidedly more LGBT-inclusive.
But this year an episode featured a pansexual contestant, Izzy, who explained she is open to love with people of all genders.
The show had made specific efforts to reach out to the LGBT community, seeking people of “any gender or sexuality” for the current series.
A Trump supporter last month urged the President to investigate “homosexual groups”.