First came the film, now comes the Channel 4 documentary which will help two 40-year-olds lose their virginity. In fact, the two people taking part in Channel 4’s 40 Year Old Virgins are 45-year-old Clive and Rosie, 29, but that wasn’t the name of the hit Steve Carell movie. Unveiling more details about the programme on Tuesday, Channel 4 chief creative officer Jay Hunt said it was an “incredibly heart-warming piece. I have never seen anything quite like it”. The two participants undergo radical sex therapy in the US in preparation for losing their virginity to two “sex surrogates”. One of the surrogates claims to have had sex with “850 people, not including my husbands”. Rosie tells the programme-makers: “Guys have this weird smell, kind of like a mix between aftershave and ham”. Hunt said the couplings would not be shown on screen but “it’s clear what’s going on”. “It’s incredibly exposing for the two key characters in it,” she said. “They talk in quite a lot of detail about what it’s been like getting to a point in their lives where they have never had sexual contact with anybody. “In a sense, what’s extraordinary about it is they are… Read full this story
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