She found romance on Love Island, but Olivia Attwood, famed reality TV starlet, is taking a leap into a new genre.
While the best true crime on Netflix has kept plenty of us glued to the couch, ITV2 is taking the sexy route with its latest project: Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich. The new docu-series explores selling sex online, whether it's the phenomenon behind OnlyFans or the increased demand for porn.
The 31-year-old model and former Villa resident, who also starred in The Only Way is Essex (Towie), Celebs Go Dating and other odd reality dating shows, admits she's diving into uncharted waters, but is definitely up for the challenge.
"I thought, 'I think I can be quite articulate. I think I can get people to open up to me,'" she revealed to RadioTimes (opens in new tab). "It's just getting the opportunity and obviously I've been working with ITV for five years now and to put that trust in me to give this a go when it's obviously not my trained profession was a huge responsibility. And I hopefully I did it justice."
Curious how it all plays out? We'll give you the scoop on how to tune in.
'Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich'
No sex secrets here, folks! Attwood gets to the bottom of it all in her new ITV2 documentary. For a little taste of what you can expect, take a look at the snippet below.
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How to watch 'Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich'
The hour-long episodes in season 1 kicked off on July 5. Those in the UK are able to watch on ITV2 (opens in new tab) and ITV Hub. If you have ITV Hub+ on Amazon (£3.99 per month) you'll also be able to take a peek.
But for those who are across the pond or elsewhere, a VPN is be the best way for you to see what Getting Filthy Rich entails. A VPN is a handy piece of software that allows you to browse anonymously and change your IP address so your mobile, desktop or laptop thinks it's in another location. Our favorite pick is ExpressVPN (opens in new tab), which our colleagues over at TechRadar consider to be the best VPN (opens in new tab) in the world.
Should you be interested in other streamy series, the Netflix How to Build a Sex Room phenomenon has turned renovation shows on their head in a kinky new way.
"When people hear the words 'sex room' they concentrate on the word 'sex,' and that [connotes] dirty, disgusting," designer Melanie Rose said in the show's trailer. "But when I design them, they can be beautiful."
Yes folks, your TV lineup is gearing up for all-things sexy.
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
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