MEGAN Barton-Hanson has revealed her relationship with ex Demi Sims made her “question if I was even gay”, after they struggled to move past kissing in the bedroom.
The couple went public with their relationship at the ITV summer party in July, where Towie’s Demi, 22, openly groped Megan, but split last month.
Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, as the face of Ann Summers’ new Pleasure Positivity Project, Megan said: “Demi’s attractive, beautiful, she’s a funny person, but there was no substance between us.
“It even got to a point where I was doubting myself, like ‘do I like women?’ We would just kiss, I couldn’t do anything more.
“I felt I liked her more as a friend. I’d be laying in bed with her and all we could do was kiss.
“We couldn’t get past that point and I was doubting if I’m actually gay. It’s not right. She’s a lovely girl but we didn’t have that spark.”
Megan has since gone public with new girlfriend Chelcee Grimes, 27, a pro footballer who’s also written songs for Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue.
Speaking about her new relationship with the Fulham Ladies player, the reality star said: “It’s really good. It’s early days but I’m really happy.
“She’s so talented, the opposite to me, she plays women’s football, she’s a songwriter. She is amazing.
“I’ve never felt how I feel when I’m with a girl, I think I should have done this years ago.”
I was doubting if I’m actually gay. It’s not right. She’s a lovely girl but we didn’t have that spark
Megan also said she was quitting reality TV, vowing there “isn’t a pay cheque big enough” to make her change her mind.
She said: “My reality days are done, I don’t think there would be a pay cheque big enough to make me do another reality show.
“It’s so tiring. I’ve never been that sort of person who said ‘I want to be famous, I want to be in the public eye’.
“I want to wake up and do something I feel fulfilled about, documentaries about mental health, the sex industry or being bisexual. No more reality for me.
“Celebs Go Dating was a lot of filming. The dates were fun, but it was every day.
“I’m not an actress. In Love Island you’re left to your own devices.”
I’ve never faked an orgasm. I’m the most selfish person, especially when it comes to sex, I want to enjoy myself
Ann Summers’ new campaign aims to reverse a trend which found just 65 per cent of women orgasm almost every time they have sex, compared to 95 per cent of blokes.
The lingerie and sex toy brand estimated this means 1,734 missed orgasms over the course of a woman’s lifetime.
Megan said: “I’ve never faked an orgasm. I’m the most selfish person, especially when it comes to sex, I want to enjoy myself.
“When I lost my virginity, it lasted five minutes. The guy didn’t even take his coat off and I was like ‘this is sex?’
“Ever since then, I’ve never stopped until I’ve had an orgasm. I wouldn’t be ashamed to reach for a vibrator if I wasn’t done.
“I would break up with a guy if the sex wasn’t good. That sounds horrible, it’s not that cut and dry.
“I would try to work on it, it would be the final straw but sex is a big part of a relationship for me and it needs to be good, I wouldn’t fake it.”
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Saying she “couldn’t pick a better campaign to be involved in”, Megan added: “If there’s one brand I wanted to work with after I came out of Love Island, it was Ann Summers.
“I’m so happy, it’s something I fiercely believe in. It’s not just a range of clothes, it’s something I really live by.”
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