Robert/Sherry from last week's sensational UK documentary Secrets of the Living Dolls was interviewed on the UK chat show This Morning. In case you need a refresher, the doc focused on a subculture of men who don rubber suits and masks, giving them the appearance of walking sex dolls. The 10-minute interview was as splendidly awkward as you'd expect.
(Robert is the septuagenerian who used his own hair trimmings to make the genitalia of his FemSkin look more realistic, and who "can't believe that's a 70-year-old man" in the mirror when he looks at himself dressed up, probably because the latex covering his entire body renders him completely unrecognizable).
The chat started with host Dermot O'Leary pointing out the striking resemblance Sherry was bearing to This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby—they were wearing almost identical dresses and had very similar hair. Shockingly, this was not an inroad to bonding via satellite (Sherry was patched in from Orange County). They also covered ground that the doc glossed over: the sexual component of this masking, as well as how one uses the bathroom when decked out as a doll. Secrets of the Living Dolls is like the gift that keeps on cringing.
Logo tells us that they've acquired the rights to air Secrets of the Living Dolls, and it will make its Stateside debut in the spring.