But behind the scenes of last Sunday’s premiere episode producers gave a sick female contestant food and IVs without telling the audience while her male partner broke three toes with viewers only learning that he had hurt his foot, according to Mail Online.
In each episode of “Naked and Afraid” a pair of total strangers are “stranded” in an extreme environment with no food, water, or clothes and must survive for 21 days.
They were taken down.’ Armstrong, of Chertsey Crescent, New Addington, south London, admitted one count of possessing Class ‘B’ drugs and one count of disclosing private sexual photographs and films with intent to cause distress.
Then they said ‘Can you take your clothes off now and pitch yourself to us? It wasn’t so awkward, they made me feel at ease.”Appearing on the show out of a sense of “patriotic duty”, the Kenyan-born bar manager from Edinburgh saw an advert online revealing that there had been a lack of interest in the show from Scottish audiences.
Brought to the studio in the nude for 7am filming, 24-year-old Gavin continued: “It’s a long day.
Daring to bare all gave Gavin a confidence boost, he insists, but his family were not as happy with the broadcast.
He added: “My sister wants to kill me and I don’t think my Mum and Dad are very happy.