A MARRIED At First Sight bride has revealed she wants a husband with a massive todger.
During a saucy chat her fellow brides-to-be, sports journalist Amy, 34, said she needs a meaty in package in order to say I do.
She said: “My deal breaker was I need a f****** big d***.”
Sex was a big topic for the girls, with vet Morag, 31, telling them: “I need to learn to keep my legs shut.”
While Nikita, 26, said if there’s no sexual chemistry, then she won’t waste her time.
She said: “If the spark is not there, I’m not playing ball. He needs to be really good looking.
“I’m not shallow, but at the end of the day you don’t shag a personality.”
The show has been given an Aussie style twist after the success of the Down Under version during lockdown.
Now the couples will have to live together with each other and their new co-stars right after getting wed – which they do having never seen each other before.
The show is ‘marrying’ eight couples whose love stories – or, perhaps more likely, not – will play out over 21 episodes on E4.
MAFS Australia expert Melanie Schilling and sex and relationship therapist Charlene Douglas will be joining the panel of experts overseeing the mayhem alongside Celebs Go Dating star Paul C Brunson.
An explosive new trailer sees Stoke wellness coach Megan, 26, being driven through the streets of London after dark for her wedding.
She says: “Nobody’s ever told me they love me. You have that horrible little voice in the back of your head – no-one’s ever going to. I just want my very own fairytale.”
Meanwhile West Yorkshire charity worker Matt, 39, is shown in a different car saying: “I can’t imagine not having kids.
“I want the commitment and to focus on building a life together.”