Naked, Alone and Racing to Get Home beauty not bothered about stripping off

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E4 are set to launch their latest adventure programme this evening, Naked, Alone and Racing to Get Home and just as the title suggests, there will be some interesting scenes.

The programme will see four complete strangers stripped completely nude in the middle of nowhere as they battle to make their way home.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, reality star Chrissie Wunna has reflected on her experience after taking part in the show, admitting that it left her completely speechless.

The mum of two explained she thought the cast would be able to treated to bacon butties in between filming, which was not the case.

She said: "I didn't realise how reliant I was on stuff, the naked part didn't bother me but having everything taken off me, I for some reason thought that when we weren't filming, we'd be having bacon butties at the side.

"They literally took all my clothes off me, my phone, all my money, everything was taken off of me, even my bronzer!"

Doncaster-born Chrissie continued to explain that until she met her fellow contestants, completely naked, she had no idea who she would be up against.

She went on to add: "They'd given us a location where we are left, we are blindfolded and abandoned in a location and when our blindfolds were taken off, there were three other people there, who I'd never met before.

"We're all really different and they just told us what we had to do in order to win the money for charity but we didn't know whether we'd get on."

The challenge includes the four contestants wandering the streets hoping to try and find a place to stay as well as trying to get food for free.

Discussing her nude experience in public, she added: "At first, I felt really insecure because we were trying to get help and stopping people along the way, nobody was stopping because I looked like a crazy woman, I was knocking on peoples doors with my actual vagina out!

"It wasn't easy at all but when it came to night when your survival skills kick in, if you didn't find shelter or somewhere to sleep that night, you had to sleep under a tree, there was no other way, I didn't care about being naked."

Chrissie however wasn't worried about any legal implications from being nude in public as she wasn't taking part in anything inappropriate.

The star who also appears on Steph's Packed Lunch was keen to shut down any speculation that the show is centred on nudity, saying: "We learnt so much about ourselves and human nature in that time.

"It was really hard if you put SAS: Who Dares Wins with Hunted together, mixed with Naked Attraction, that is what you've got, it's one of the funniest and hardest things."

Chrissie however, was forced to keep her news a secret from co-star Steph McGovern and was forced to "make something up" in order to take time off filming the Channel 4 show.

"Now Steph knows, she cannot believe it, I would be the last person to ever think would be able to survive a show!" she exclaimed.

Naked, Alone and Racing to Get Home airs tonight at 9pm on E4

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