The Bachelors Stars Reveal Favourite Sex Positions In Racy Interview
The new Bachelors reveal their favourite sex positions and joke about their penis size in X-rated interview – but admit that they have to ask for consent from a psychologist before having sex on the show
Published: 23:43 GMT, 29 November 2022 | Updated: 06:17 GMT, 30 November The stars of Channel 10’s The Bachelors stopped by The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday for an X-rated interview that left little to the imagination.
Thomas Malucelli, 35, Felix Von Hofe, 27, and Jed McIntosh, 25, didn’t hold back as they answered a series of crude questions from host Kyle Sandilands, including their favourite sex positions.
‘This is hard, choosing just one,’ Thomas said. ‘I’m gonna say 69!’
The stars of Channel 10’s The Bachelors stopped by The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Wednesday for an X-rated interview. Pictured with hosts Kyle Sandilands and Brittany Hockley
Everybody in the studio then erupted into applause at his candour.
‘I’m not for it at all,’ Felix responded, before Jed chimed in: ‘But you’re so tall you’re probably getting a foot in your mouth!’
Felix then revealed that his height is 6’6, prompting Kyle to remark that he must be incredibly well endowed – which Felix agreed with.
‘What’s he gonna say? He’s not gonna say, “No, I have problems in the bedroom!”‘ remarked co-host Brittany Hockley.
Thomas Malucelli, 35, Felix Von Hofe, 27, and Jed McIntosh, 25, didn’t hold back as they answered a series of crude questions about their sex lives
Pushing the envelope even further, Kyle asked rock star Jed if he likes to ‘eat ***’.
‘It depends what day it is,’ he responded sheepishly. ‘Hygiene and cleanliness is a big part of that I think.’
Kyle, Brittany, and producer Sonia ‘Palestine’ Jahshan then quizzed the men on whether or not they’re circumcised.
Thomas and Felix confirmed that they were uncircumcised, while Jed said that he was.
Despite the debaucherous discussion, the stars of The Bachelors admitted that there was a lengthy ‘consent’ process during filming before anybody got intimate.
It was also revealed that the stars of the show need to get official ‘consent’ from a psychiatrist before getting intimate with contestants
‘I reckon it gets much steamier than it has on any of the other Bachelor [seasons], but I will say that these days there’s a consent chat and everything,’ Thomas explained.
‘So if you’re still in the mood after a forty minute chat of, you know, “are both parties willing”…’ he continued.
Felix then confirmed that they had to speak to a psychologist before having sex.
‘It’s a three week process before you can actually proceed,’ he joked.
The Bachelors premieres January 9 on Channel 10.
The new season of The Bachelors will premiered on Channel 10 and 10Play in January