Three big TV stars sign up to have semen examined and ‘preserved’ for a new Channel 4 show
THREE big TV stars have signed on to a new show on Channel 4 to have their sperm checked and ‘saved’.
The channel has commissioned a one-off hour-long program about the decline in male fertility.
Embarrassing Bodies presenter Dr. Anand Patel will host the show, entitled Celebrity Save Our Sperm.
Former Strictly Come Dancing and DJ Melvin Odoom has signed on for the show.
He will be joined by former Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke and comedian Russell Kane.
Over a period of eight weeks, the three men will undergo a series of treatments and experiments aimed at boosting their fertility.
Clemency Green, Editor-in-Chief of Channel 4, said of the show: “Male fertility is such an important subject that is rarely discussed and I have great admiration for Ollie, Melvin and Russell for helping us break taboos by sharing it Open up a conversation and “take a close look at your own fertility.”
The network’s most-rated youth show, Open House: The Great Sex Experiment, returns for a second season.
There will be an 18-person orgy in the new season, which makes David Haye-style throuples seem small in comparison.
In the first series last April, curious couples explored whether their relationships could thrive through sex with other people.
And this time it will be more similar – and even more daring.
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