The producers of a show in Britain are looking to hire eight housemates to live together for 30 days with no clothes on.
The 'Nak'd Truth' has already caused a storm in America, with hundreds of thousands desperate to take part, and now bosses want to make a British version, to be filmed at a nudist resort in Florida.
And they are heading to Blackpool next month to hold auditions.
"We plan to take eight Brits and literally strip them naked. We want some seriously interesting Brits to make the line-up," the Daily Star quoted programme creator Harris Salomon as saying.
"The plan is to roll the show out across the world. Clothing is such an integral part of who we are and we don't understand how it affects us until we no longer have it on," he stated.
Manchester-based Tom Annandale, 28, has already been contacted after his failed tennis court streak became a web sensation.
Construction manager Annandale's clip has 60million YouTube hits.
"I have had a massive amount of attention worldwide from TV companies but this is the most curious. It makes Big Brother look really tame," he said.
'Nak'd Truth' wants Brits of all shapes and sizes to live and work at the resort under the eye of a psychologist, and candidates at April's auditions will be asked to strip.
"We want to make Blackpool the naked centre of Britain," producer Marisela D'Baldriche added.