Too Hot to Handle stunners say new series of sexy Netflix show will be the steamiest yetJanuary 24, 2022
IZZY Fairthorne did her bit to make sure this year’s Too Hot To Handle is the sauciest yet.
The personal trainer from Manchester said some of the horny hellraisers took “seconds” to break the Netflix show’s cardinal rule and cop off.
Having sex actually goes against the aim of the challenge, but she said: “I did not want to stick to the rules. No regrets. At the start I went in all ham.
“There was no holding back, but that’s my personality.” Fellow competitor Georgia Hassarati, from Queensland, Australia, said: “It’s 100 per cent the naughtiest ever.
"When I watched the previous seasons I actually admire how long they held out.
“So much thought went into if they wanted to break the rules or not.
“Whereas we didn’t really do that. We were like, ‘You know what? Everyone’s doing it, let’s do it’.”
She added to Izzy: “I think someone had to start it off and I think you did that pretty well.
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“We kind of had the same mindset. We came here for fun and we’re going to have fun.”
The hit show’s third series — on Netflix from 8am this morning — requires the cast to keep things platonic. Each time they fail, the prize fund drops.
Izzy and Georgia were just two of the contestants from around the world who flew out to the Turks and Caicos islands in the Atlantic Ocean to take part.
The pair revealed the drama was so electric that they could do with a reunion show to tie up all the loose ends.
Izzy said: “I do think that when we all get back together, some things might spark again.”
Georgia added: “Too Hot the reunion would be wild, yeah.”
The Luth is out there
POOR old DCI John Luther. He always ends up getting roughed up on the hit BBC TV series.
And it’s no different on the film version being made by Netflix, as these exclusive pictures from the set in London’s Soho prove.
Idris Elba, who plays Luther, was seen with a cut nose, probably from another scene in the edgy thriller.
He was flanked by co-star Cynthia Erivo, who we last saw using her stage experience as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing.
Fired up for the all-star version
THE Apprentice continues to be such a crowd-pleaser for the BBC – and now its creators are considering multiple spin-off shows.
And the most exciting is the potential for an “all stars” version of the contest, which would involve former candidates coming back to do it all over again.
That could see favourite names such as 2014’s James Hill, 2013 veteran Luisa Zissman and Saira Khan, from the first series in 2005, return to take on tasks and get a grilling in the boardroom by LORD SUGAR.
The idea is that previous candidates have gained much more life experience to bring to the “process”, which would mean the competition reaching exciting new levels.
A TV insider said: “The BBC is always looking for ways of amplifying much-loved shows.
“The Apprentice is proving to be really popular with younger audiences so it’s an ideal candidate to explore further.”
I can’t help but wonder if the return of the show’s first winner Tim Campbell, who is back as one of Lord Sugar’s sidekicks this year, has inspired the all stars idea.
Carol is Wright size now
MOST of us would be happy with a pair of shoes or a spa day – but Towie’s Carol Wright revealed she gifted herself cosmetic surgery for her 60th birthday.
She appeared on ITV’s Loose Women yesterday and explained why she’d had her breast implants removed.
Carol, who is now 61, said she feared they would leave her with back trouble and poor posture.
She added: “They seemed to overweigh my body, they were too big and heavy.”
Illness exit for Shama
NORMALLY the Apprentice candidates leave at the end of each episode – but tomorrow night’s show sees one exit much earlier.
Nursery boss Shama Amin hands in her notice to Lord Sugar after the strain of her rheumatoid arthritis becomes unbearable. The mum of five says before the BBC1 show’s task brief:
“I would just like to say something, Lord Sugar. I suffer from a condition called rheumatoid arthritis.
"Because of medical reasons, due to this process being so physically demanding, I have had to make a difficult decision to leave the process.”
Lord Sugar said he was sad and wished her all the best – which was sweet of him.
New show Avoidance
THE Weakest Link presenter Romesh Ranganathan has created and will star in a new comedy series called Avoidance, for BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
The six-parter focuses on a man who has severe conflict avoidance issues, but is forced to change for the sake of his young son.
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