Rylan Clark has admitted he could improve in the bedroom as he shared insight into his sex life.
The former Big Brother contestant, 34, had been discussing his new raunchy Channel 4 show on Tuesday’s Loose Women made he made the frank confession.
While explaining the premise of Sex Rated, which invites single people’s exes to rate their performances between the sheets, the former It Takes Two host confessed: ‘I’m sure that everyone, me included, have things we could work on in the bedroom.’
Rylan, who has previously admitted the show, set for release later this year, had left him questioning his career.
‘The point of the show is people come on and we talk about their sex life,’ he told the Tea at Four podcast, co-hosted by friends Lauren and Christie.
Continuing, Rylan gave details about the series: ‘We also get their exes to rate them and, as you can imagine, some ratings aren’t what they expected it to be.’
He then revealed the moment that had him wondering what he’d signed up for: ‘It’s not a horrible thing, but there are some jaw-dropping moments.’
‘At one point I did question myself when a sex swing came down from the ceiling.’
Rylan is single after his divorce from husband Dan Neal, with the split leading to the star suffering with his mental health and even experiencing heart failure.
However, Rylan, who was forced to take a break from work to recover from his ordeal, has said he is optimistic about his romantic future.
During his book talk, An Evening With Rylan Clark, at London’s Royal Festival Hall last week, an audience member told the presenter: ‘You really deserve to be happy and I hope you’re not going to give up on [love].’
Rylan then reassured with a quip: ‘I’m not giving up on that – I’ve learned to get a prenup.’
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV.
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