Brown knows what gets you randy: Mentalist involved with online series about attraction

December 26th, 2010 | Joe Hadsall | Filed Under General


Brown knows what gets you randy: Mentalist involved with online series about attractionWe don’t know who Charlie McDonnell is. Seems a nice enough bloke. He has a popular YouTube channel, and the girls at Sugarscape are smitten with him.

But we’re looking forward to one of his upcoming projects — mainly because Derren Brown is involved. OK, that’s pretty much the only reason.

Brown will front an online series produced by the BBC’s Channel 4 about the science of attraction, called “The Science of Attraction.” In six episodes, Brown, McDonnell and Kat Abingade will study why we get all up ons for the people that make us want to get all up ons. According to the Sugarscape report, one of the series’ highlight features people trying to identify their lovers by only the scent of their sweat.

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  2. Derren Brown is behind a new BBC project delving into human attraction. http://bit.ly/grdcRR

  3. RT @Ellusionist: Derren Brown is behind a new BBC project delving into human attraction. http://bit.ly/grdcRR

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    RT @Ellusionist: Derren Brown is behind a new BBC project delving into human attraction. http://bit.ly/grdcRR

  5. Derren Brown, a mix of illusionist, showman and out and out con artist (in the entertaining sense :) ) if you’«ve not seen any of his shows take a look through youtube…. or get the DVD’s. VERY entertaining

  6. If you watch the YouTube video at 1:45 the last number (2) has been drawn. It’s not until 2:09 that he makes the big rveael. So his hidden assistant had the six numbers in order for 20 seconds and was able to set-up the final stack. Nothing magic there.It’s just another standard parallax and distraction illusion bit of camera magic to keep us from seeing the assistant. Nothing special and I’m glad I’ve not wasted much more than five minutes looking at it.