Meet the hunky South African on the new season on Netflix's Too Hot To Handle

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  • Too Hot To Handle season 3 is now streaming on Netflix.
  • South Africa's Nathan Soan, a model from Cape Town, is causing a stir on the sensational Netflix series.
  • Nathan describes himself as "cheeky," and "super, super confident". He says it's because he is very picky, that he is still single.


It's a new year, and the third season of Too Hot To Handle is back and steamier than ever.

The new season dropped on Netflix on Wednesday, and there's a familiar South African face in the latest batch of horned-up hellraisers. 

For those new to the show, Too Hot To Handle sees a group of sexy singles arrive on an island for what they think will be the sexiest vacation of their lives.

But with the stakes greater than ever before, the cast soon finds out that they will have to abstain from any kind of sexual contact (or self-gratification) to win the biggest prize fund on offer, ever - and perhaps also make a meaningful romantic connection. 

Last season South Africa's Christina Carmela appeared in the reality TV show, and in season 3, viewers are introduced to Nathan Soan from Cape Town.

"I do have to say I am a bit of a picky boy; that's why I'm still single," Nathan says in his introduction video. 

The model, whose parents are British and Zulu, describes himself as "cheeky," "super, super confident," and a "very, very nice guy".

The "certified international lover" says he has dated women from different nationalities but hopes to tick many more countries off the ever-growing list. 

Will Nathan stick to the rules, or will this group prove to be too hot to handle? 

Stream season 3 of Too Hot Too Handle on Netflix now

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