Contestants on new present The Surjury will probably be psychologically evaluated earlier than they’ll pitch their cosmetic surgery goals.
The controversial new Channel four present, hosted by Caroline Flack, will see younger hopefuls pitch a cosmetic surgery process they want, however can’t afford, to a jury – who will determine whether or not the operation will go forward.
Amid concern round contestant’s wellbeing on actuality reveals like Love Island and the axed Jeremy Kyle Present, The Surjury has unsurprisingly sparked fear over whether or not it might equally reap the benefits of those that join.
In a press release issued to Metro.co.uk, a Channel four spokesperson declared take care of contestants was of ‘paramount importance’, saying: ‘Beauty surgical procedure has turn out to be an more and more mainstream alternative in Britain.
‘The Surjury seeks to discover why so many individuals really feel the necessity to change their our bodies, and whether or not surgical procedure really makes them happier. All contributors featured within the sequence have actively been looking for surgical procedure of their very own accord.
‘This new sequence permits them to seek the advice of with surgical groups after which to debate their causes for wanting it with a panel of their friends. If their friends help their choice they’ll endure the process of their alternative topic to the standard surgical checks and consent processes.
‘The present will neither glamorise nor condemn their selections: the purpose is as a substitute to interrogate the realities of beauty surgical procedure. Responsibility of care to contributors is of paramount significance and all will probably be independently assessed by the clinic who will perform their process.
‘They will be psychologically assessed and supported regarding their involvement in the programme.’
It isn’t the one probably controversial present Channel four have within the pipeline, with Scarlett Moffatt dwelling in a British home in-built an African village additionally a chief contender.
The Surjury will air on Channel four in 2020.
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