Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer shocks with latest raunchy career move: ‘No topic off the table’
And now the former teaching assistant has revealed her latest raunchy career move.
The 30-year-old has teamed up with curve model Lucy Bennett to launch a sex and dating podcast called Living Loose.
The unfiltered podcast features the blondes, who are also roommates, sharing wild stories about their sex lives.
‘It’s our little passion project that is basically a sneak peek into our girls group chat,’ they said in a statement.
Married At First Sight’s Olivia Frazer has teamed up with curve model Lucy Bennett to launch a sex and dating podcast called Living Loose
‘We cover our love lives both past and present, sex, body positivity, the industries we work in, and basically everything else you’d find out in a conversation with your besties…. So no topic is off the table.’
In one outrageous episode, Olivia confessed to having ‘toilet sex’ after a night of drinking gin.
The pair also made a jaw-dropping admission about their preference in the bedroom.
‘I do like that dynamic of just being a boss everywhere else but the bedroom,’ Lucy confessed.
Olivia added, ‘Rough sex, but like a princess rough sex!’
The 30-year-old has already made a fortune as an X-rated OnlyFans model
The unfiltered podcast features the blondes, who are also roommates, sharing wild stories about their sex lives
Living Loose has already charted in the top 200 of Apple’s official charts and has received glowing reviews from MAFS fans on social media.
‘You’re very engaging, interesting and articulate I love it already,’ gushed one fan.
Olivia’s Married At First Sight rival Domenica Calarco already has a podcast of her own called Sit With Us, which she launched with co-star Ella Ding in 2022.
Last month, Olivia admitted that she’s still being trolled online following her time on the dating show.
‘Honestly, honestly I’m so f***ing sick of having to defend myself,’ the 30-year-old said tearfully.
‘It’s two years later, I’ve put in so much work for people to see that the show was not me. And I’m just really sick of it.
‘I just want to not feel like s**t for once. I want to go public and not feel apologetic like I’ve done something wrong all the time,’ she continued.
Living Loose has already charted in the top 200 of Apple’s official charts and has received glowing reviews from MAFS fans on social media
‘I’m just so sick of having to be on the defensive all the time. I really miss the life where I could just walk down the street and not feel judged. I’m really missing my old life,’ she added.
Olivia advised people to be ‘nicer on the internet’ because, ‘it really does affect people and it shouldn’t’.
‘And I know people are going to message me and be like, be tough, don’t let them win. But like sometimes they just f***ing do,’ she cried.
The former reality star said she felt, ’embarrassed because I’ve cried on the internet and I promised I would never cry in public again after MAFS’.
‘I’ve been dealing with it for two years, just haters hating me all the f***ing time and it’s just like it piles on,’ Olivia sobbed.
Last month, Olivia admitted that she’s still being trolled online following her time on the dating show
‘I just thought like, maybe if I put this out there it might stop, it might stop one person from writing one mean comment. You just don’t know what’s going to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back’.
In a further post she wrote: ‘And people wonder why my mental health yo-yos so dramatically and why I still talk about the negative impacts of MAFS.
‘There’s people there saying they’re glad my Dad passed away, that I’m disgusting, and threatening violence towards me. That one photo is 178 comments of pure hate and it’s literally not even my profile.
‘Anyone in the comments section should be ashamed of yourself. You’re worse in real life than what I ever was on a FAKE show’.