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She was so happy after her FIRST EVER date and it broke our little hearts when her eyes started to well up when things didn't work out later down the line. Receptionist Tom definitely has a crush on Joey From that lust-filled look on the first meeting to his not-so-heartfelt commiserations when Joey's date with Flo didn't work out, we're convinced that if the agents can't find Joey love that his knight in shining armour is sitting behind a desk in the lobby. We just want to hug Paisley, ALL THE TIME She's got great hair, she's SUPER sweet and we're positive she has some inner sass to release.
What if someone took the standard reality TV dating show and stripped it down to the basics? The result would be VH1’s new “Dating Naked,” which, despite its cheeky title, is not a parody of a dating show in which the contestants seek love while completely naked.“The show quickly becomes not about being naked, but about being honest with people,” says VH1 Executive Vice President Susan Levison.“The metaphor works: When you strip away your preconceptions and defense mechanism, which prevent the real you from being seen, you are able to be your real self and people see that.There’s nowhere to hide.” First-episode contestant Christina Porcelli, 36, grew up in Canarsie before moving seven years ago to Nashville — where she remained alone even after trying “every method you can think of” to find a lover.
So naturally she went on “Dating Naked.” “Sure, I was a little nervous to be naked at first because I can be a guarded person, but I definitely opened up,” she says.
“Being naked brings out another side — your vulnerability and your openness.