Who is Carly Lawrence? Netflix 'Too Hot To Handle' star was introduced as a 'man-eater'
'This Canadian model is an insatiable, fun-loving party girl, who hates being told what to do,' reads her bio
The sophomore season of Netflix's 'Too Hot To Handle' is upon us and we cannot help but notice how most singletons invited to compete for a $100,000 grand prize are the kind who cannot keep temptations at bay. According to the show's rules, indulging in sexual gratification in any form will directly impact the money. One contestant, who sounds like could be having trouble keeping her hands to herself? Carly Lawrence. More about her in a bit.
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Who is Carly Lawrence?
The official bio describes the 24-year-old Torontonian as a "man-eater." "This Canadian model is an insatiable, fun-loving party girl, who hates being told what to do." Wonder what she has to say when Lana, the virtual assistant, lays down the rules of the game. The reason why 'THTH' pushes individuals on having a sexless summer is to get them to establish meaningful connections. But Lawrence has no intentions of finding a perfect partner. "She’s here to have fun and let loose," the bio reads.
So, how will she react when she finds out boys and sex are off-limits?For now, all we know about her is that she is someone who doesn't think much before having sex. In her introductory video for the series, she said: "I'm known in bar as the crazy girl, the one makes everyone drink and do tequila shots," and added: "I don't care about judgment. I'm not the person who thinks you have to have feelings to have sex."
The other singletons joining Lawrence in this epic journey of love are Cam Holmes, Peter Vigilante, Nathan Webb, Larissa Trownson, Marvin Anthony, Melinda Melrose, Chase De Moor, Kayla Jean and Emily Fayemiller.
Of the 10 episodes, Netflix will drop the first four on June 23, Wednesday, and the remaining on June 30. While the show has been developed by Laura Gibson and Charlie Bennett, serving as executive producers are Amelia Brown, Saul Fearnley, and Ros Coward for Thames Productions and Jonno Richards for Talkback.