With four episodes of The Fox Problem done and dusted, Grazia Daily is officially hooked. So for a special treat this evening, we're live streaming the latest show direct from this very site. All you need do is tune into the portal above where you'll see the three foxes - Gemma Cairney of Radio 1, Georgia L.A of SB:TV and Georgie Okell of T4 - larking about in an East End pub. (For the uninitiated amongst you, read our summary of the show here).
So what's in store this week? Well, episode 5 is all about sex and sexuality. Ooh err. Has pornification gone too far? Are we a nation too obsessed with sex? Why do people lie about sex? All these questions - and more - will be addressed. The audience will also offer their sex tales and fails, before being joined by champions of 'real sex' and founders of MakeLoveNotPorn.com, porn producer Rory Broadfoot, English rapper and producer Dot Rotten. Oh, and Ollie Locke be opening up about what it's like being bisexual and gay in modern Britain.
'Sex is seen as quite cool – so people want to lie about it to make themselves seem cooler,' says Ollie. 'Everything is becoming an extreme version – we want more extremes in the world, which is what's happening to porn. It's getting more extreme. But is that a good thing or not?'
All this plus regular favourites including our favourite #FindingLena campaign, Ollie serving up gin behind the bar, the G-Spot challenge – a dastardly dare done by two of the girls, as chosen by viewers at home. So tune in at 7:30pm tonight to watch the show first hand – it's live so can't be censored. Bring it on!