She’s often been referred to as a sex symbol throughout her impressive career across music, film and TV, but Sophie Monk has now left fans stunned after making a surprising confession about her sex life.
The X-rated topic of conversation came up when Sophie said she would never go back to a partner if they had slept with someone else after meeting her.
“I don't want to think about them with another chick, because what if she's hotter and better in bed?” she said, before adding, “Because I'm not great in bed anyway”.
Erin Molan was shocked by her remark, asking: “Do you genuinely think that?”
“Yeah, I have figured it out,” Sophie replied, leaving the hosts in stitches. “Because a lot of people go, ‘Oh my god, I burnt so many calories last night’. I feel like I put on weight during sex.
“I just lie there and get flipped around like a bit of a doll and enjoy it like a massage.”
Sophie, who is now happily married to Joshua Gross, went on to make fun of a rather awkward experience she had in the bedroom with a past lover.
“A guy said to me once, ‘Do you want to change it up a bit?’ And I said, ‘Do you wanna go to the spare room? How can we change this up?’,” she laughed.
After a video of the on-air moment was shared on social media, a number of fans took to the comments to praise Sophie’s honesty.
“Soph you are a classic,” one person wrote, followed by another who said she is “so relatable”.
“Erin, Sophie and Hughesy, honestly my favourite people,” a third replied. “You guys make me so happy on a bad day. Love the vibes, energy, laughs. Love the honest attitude. EVERYONE CAN RELATE!”
‘We are definitely trying’
“It’s hard to say too much, but we are definitely trying,” she said.
“We are working towards that and if it happens it would be incredible, but if it doesn’t then that’s just not meant to be.
“That’s the only way you can look at it. I’m a big believer that everything happens for a reason.”
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