Inside Germany’s new naked dating show with full-frontal nudity that’s so raunchy it puts all others to shame | The Sun

A CHEEKY Love Island-style dating show where brave contestants let it all hang out is coming to screens in Germany.

Dating Naked was a hit in the US – and is now heading to Europe with an added saucy bonus.

The German version of the TV show will bare all – with daring daters paired up in the hopes of finding love.

Love Island fans looking for something new might find their guilty pleasure in the programme.

An X-rated trailer for the show reveals the naked singletons lining up ready to be picked.

But from the look of some raunchy scenes, a handful of contestants have already shacked up.

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One couple could seen romping on a bed in the lavish villa as others ventured out in their birthday suits for dates.

Airing on Paramount+,the show follows a similar format to the hit show The Bachelor.

Although The Sun has covered their modesty, TV viewers will be treated to an unpixellated full-frontal show.

Dating Naked first aired in the US in 2014 – with the first season filmed in Panama, the second in the Philippines and the third in Bora Bora.

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It was cancelled in 2017 after three seasons.

Germany's take on the show comes after the success of the country's series of Adam Looking For Eve.

Daters were whisked off to a tropical island for sandy beach dates.

Past series saw contestants get hands on with steamy massages and sink booze on wild nights.

The show launched in Holland in 2014 and quickly spread across the continent with German, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Scandinavian versions.

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