Married at First Sight bride Erin has revealed her new groom is a "solid 10" in the bedroom.
Erin, who first laid eyes on Bryce as she walked down the aisle in the reality TV show that screens on TV3, spoke out about her new relationship on the Kyle And Jackie O show last week.
While she first said that she was a "lady" and so was "not going to kiss and tell", she went on to talk about whether they did the deed.
"Let me just say there was no pillow forts built in our bed, that's for sure," she said, referring to fellow couple Christie and Mark who also featured in the first episode.
"I do believe he was a good pick. The experts did a really good job with Bryce. I think you can tell from the show that I was quite worked up and then when I met him I was a lot more calm."
Kyle and Jackie were determined to find out how the couple were progressing after the wedding day.
"I can't give away too much obviously. You guys are gonna have to watch the show."
But then when pressed as to whether Bryce, 31, was a good lover, out of 10, she said: "10 for sure. Solid 10."
Last week, on the TV show, Erin's friends were also desperate to find out whether she would jump into bed with her groom.
"Are you going to f**k him? Are you going to f**k?" one of Erin's friends asked
"It's not off the table," Erin replied.
Married at First Sight features four couples, matched by three experts, who agree to marry when they first meet. The couples are not legally married, due to legal restrictions, but instead meet as strangers at the altar of a commitment ceremony.
The couples spend their wedding night in a hotel, then leave for a honeymoon. They then live together for a month, whereafter they choose whether they will continue their relationship.
Erin, a 25-year-old retail manager, admitted that she had been looking for love for a while.
"The dating world, it's not an easy place," she said. "I tried a lot of things and nothing had really come from my efforts so I thought, why not?"
This was after she first tried her luck - unsuccessfully - at securing a spot on The Bachelor Australia.
"To be honest I'm pretty happy that I ended up on Married At First Sight just because I do really like the element that it was never treated like a competition for someone's love," she said.
- Married at First Sight screens on TV3, Thursdays at 8.30pm.