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It was the chance of a lifetime for Cipriani, who grew up in Ohio, and had never been overseas."Truthfully, I've always found myself a little outrageous and I really crave spontaneity," said Cipriani.

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In case you missed the news that traditional courtship is dead, naked people on VH1 stand ready to enlighten you.

And in case you thought that television networks had evolved beyond trying to attract viewers with cheesy titillation — ditto.

Meeting someone in Tampa was hard for Kerri Cipriani.

She'd tried the bar scene, online dating and meeting friends of friends.

As Chrissy, one of the geniuses in the first episode of “Dating Naked,” notes: “It is awkward meeting someone naked.

I mean, usually you wait till sex.” But we will not here debate what these shows say about the state of modern life, with its immediate-gratification mentality, lack of modesty and self-restraint, and general tastelessness.

"Let's just hope all the appropriate parts were properly blurred, so there won't be any more million lawsuits.

She said: "I think we've all been in this this situation where you've met someone, you really like them, you really get on, you're lucky enough to maybe end up at their place, you take your clothes off and then you look at them and you think 'Really?

Yes, it’s time for “Dating Naked,” a reality series beginning Thursday on VH1 in which just-introduced strangers looking for love are nude from the get-go.

This comes nine days after the new FYI channel, an A&E offshoot, introduced “Married at First Sight,” in which strangers paired by supposed experts begin their relationship by marrying, then decide whether they like each other.

Both shows are probably inevitable next steps in television’s endless effort to capitalize on the human need to pair up, which stretches back to “The Dating Game” of the 1960s and runs through “The Bachelor,” “The Millionaire Matchmaker” and odd variations like “It Takes a Church.” The two new entries are, of course, outrageous affronts to the style of courtship that has served humanity quite well for millenniums, if you don’t count the dismaying frequency of divorce and resulting psychological damage to all involved.

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