Sophie Monk’s On-Air Sexual Confession

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The Love Island host dropped a little bombshell during a live radio interview this morning, leaving the hosts in awe.

She’s known as one of Australia’s hottest stars, but according to Sophie Monk, she’s bad in bed.

The the island of love and beauty and the geek presenter made the candid confession during a live chat with Hit Network Hughesy, Ed and Erin this morning, leaving the radio hosts in stitches.

The conversation had turned to jealousy and relationships, at which point Monk, 42, revealed she never got back together with a partner who had slept with another woman after meeting her.

“What if she’s hotter, or better in bed?” Monk explained, before adding, “I’m not good in bed anyway.”

A flabbergasted Erin Molan then asked, “Do you really think that? Were you told that?”

“I get it,” the TV host replied with a laugh.

“Because a lot of people say, ‘Oh my God, I burned so many calories last night’…I feel like I put on weight during sex! I lay there and roll over like a doll and enjoy it like a massage.

Monk – who married Joshua Gross in a secret ceremony in March – later poked fun at her lack of creativity in the bedroom, referring to an experience with a former lover.

“A guy once said to me, ‘Do you want to change a bit?’ And I said, ‘Do you want to go to the guest room? How can we change this? »

Monk also revealed this week that she and her new hubby are “definitely trying” to get pregnant.

She said Who magazine that while she would love to start a family, she also accepted the possibility that it might not happen.

“We’re working towards that and if it happens it would be amazing, but if it doesn’t it’s just not meant to be,” Monk said.

“That’s the only way to look at it. I’m a big believer that everything happens for a reason.

In April, Monk and Gross surprised fans by announcing their wedding, which took place weeks earlier at their NSW Central Coast home.

In an exclusive interview with StellarMonk – who delighted fans with her engagement news in January last year – said the decision to keep things intimate was a no-brainer.

“We always thought we would run away.

“So many people said to me, ‘I didn’t even see my husband that night; if I had finished my marriage, we would simply run away”. So we thought, well, why not get married at home? I’ve seen people get very stressed about their weddings and ours was stress free.

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