ITV commissions Olivia Attwood's new series

The show, "Olivia Attwood’s Perfect Body," will be produced by Optomen Television and show the ins and outs of the world of cosmetic surgery.

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ITV announced that former "Love Island" contributor, Olivia Attwood, will show the ins and outs of cosmetic surgery in her new show, "Olivia Attwood’s Perfect Body," produced by Optomen Television. “We are delighted that Olivia is fronting another series for us at ITV. I can’t think of a better guide for viewers to give them a genuinely revealing insight into the reality of an extraordinary multi-billion pound industry," Kate Teckman, Commissioner and Head of Development for Factual Entertainment, said. "She will throw herself into this subject with real honesty, curiosity, and humor.”

"Olivia Attwood’s Perfect Body" is commissioned for ITV and ITVX by Teckman. The series is produced by Optomen Television. Executive Producers are Tina Flintoff and Nick Hornby. Olivia Attwood will make a full-bodied dive into the world of cosmetic surgery for the brand-new ITV series. Following the success of her current ITV show, "Olivia Attwood: Getting Filthy Rich," which explores online sex, Attwood will now immerse herself in an alternative industry which she is familiar with. “I am completely fascinated by cosmetic surgery, and I've always been open about the treatments I've had done," she said. "This is an opportunity for me to get under the skin of the industry, meet key players, find out what's happening - the good, the bad, and the ugly - and what direction we're heading in. I can't wait to get started."

She asks beyond the price tag what the potential human costs of surgery are and gets up close and personal with cosmetic surgery’s winners and losers. As a veteran of two boob jobs, a thread lift, and multiple injectables, she now wants to go beyond her previous experience to discover how science and social media redefine beauty as we all chase the perfect selfie. In each episode of the new series, she will investigate a different part of the body.

We are delighted that Olivia is fronting another series for us at ITV. I can’t think of a better guide for viewers to give them a genuinely revealing insight into the reality of an extraordinary multi billion pound industry. She will throw herself into this subject with real honesty, curiosity and humor.” Kate Teckman Commissioner and Head of Development for Factual Entertainment, ITV

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