MAFS Sexologist Alessandra Rampolla says this will be the SEXIEST season yet

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MAFS Sexologist Alessandra Rampolla says this will be the SEXIEST season yet

Married At First Sight Australia has played out in front of our screens for seven seasons, but it appears the latest offering is bound to heat righ

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Married At First Sight Australia has played out in front of our screens for seven seasons, but it appears the latest offering is bound to heat right up. 

New expert and sexologist Alessandra Rampolla will make her MAFS debut on February 22, but in the lead-up to the big event, she has revealed what’s in store for viewers. 

In an interview on podcast TV Blackbox & McKnight Tonight, Alessandra, 46, said she hopes to ruffle some feathers in a bid to break down ‘taboo’ subjects like sex.

The SEXIEST season of Married At First Sight yet! MAFS' new sexologist Alessandra Rampolla says she will be lifting the lid on 'taboo' subjects like 'sexual play and expression' during this year's show

The SEXIEST season of Married At First Sight yet! MAFS’ new sexologist Alessandra Rampolla says she will be lifting the lid on ‘taboo’ subjects like ‘sexual play and expression’ during this year’s show 

In response to the host Robert McKnight’s question: ‘Has sex therapy been something that’s missing from MAFS?’ Alessandra admitted the Australian series had been a bit conservative.

‘When I first saw the previous seasons that were sent to me, I think the topic of sexuality was hovered over, but I thought we could totally go there a little bit more – I do think its very important to do so,’ she said. 

She insisted: ‘[Sexual play] needs to be spoken bout when you’re building relationship out side the experiment it tends to be one of the things you talk about.’ 

New addition: Earlier this month , Channel Nine officially introduced Alessandra to viewers in a wild first-look trailer, showing her interacting with the contestants and asking awkward questions about their sex lives

New addition: Earlier this month , Channel Nine officially introduced Alessandra to viewers in a wild first-look trailer, showing her interacting with the contestants and asking awkward questions about their sex lives

‘One of the  goals I have going into the experiment is to normalise that which we know is normal for human beings and that is sexual expression. Until this day its still taboo in society, not just Australia but worldwide.’ 

She also went on to admit that despite dishing out the advice, it is up to each contestant to take action as each individual has different sexual preferences. 

‘It will vary form couple to couple, because it varies from each person on how they feel integrating sexuality in a relationships’

She explained that while some some people are very quick to feel comfortable with the physical aspect of a relationship, others really need to have a strong bond formed before they allow themselves to be open with their sexuality.   

Earlier this month, Channel Nine officially introduced Alessandra to viewers in a wild first-look trailer, showing her interacting with the contestants and asking awkward questions about their sex lives.

‘Sex is such an essential part of a long-lasting relationship,’ the gorgeous Puerto Rican was heard saying in the dramatic clip

Intimacy: During a trailer for the new series, couples appeared to simulate sex scenes together, with one couple grabbing their partners' waist while another woman straddled her 'husband' on the bed

Intimacy: During a trailer for the new series, couples appeared to simulate sex scenes together, with one couple grabbing their partners’ waist while another woman straddled her ‘husband’ on the bed

 ‘I will be asking very direct questions,’ she said, before querying one of the contestants: ‘How would you describe yourself as a lover?’

The voice-over then said Alessandra’s expertise would allow her to ‘stimulate the sparks of love’, before cutting to a clip of her telling a couple to ‘get your groins a little closer’.

The couples then appeared to simulate sex scenes together, with one contestant seen grabbing their partners’ waist while another woman straddled her ‘husband’ on the bed.

Raunchy: 'I will be asking very direct questions,' Alessandra said in the trailer, before asking one of the contestants 'How would you describe yourself as a lover?'

Raunchy: ‘I will be asking very direct questions,’ Alessandra said in the trailer, before asking one of the contestants ‘How would you describe yourself as a lover?’

Alessandra is replacing former expert Dr Trisha Stratford, who announced last year she was leaving the franchise after seven seasons.

She will join Mel Schilling and John Aiken on the panel of experts in 2021.

Alessandra is already a star in her native Puerto Rico, where she hosts her own TV show titled Dare with Alessandra, and boasts 686,000 Instagram followers.

‘I am thrilled to be joining John and Mel in Australia’s biggest social experiment,’ Alessandra said in a statement last year.

Married At First Sight is returns on February 22 on Channel Nine 

New recruit: Alessandra is replacing former Married At First Sight expert Dr Trisha Stratford (centre), who announced last year she was leaving the show after seven seasons. She will join Mel Schilling (left) and John Aiken (right) on the panel of experts in 2021

New recruit: Alessandra (center) is replacing former Married At First Sight expert Dr Trisha Stratford, who announced last year she was leaving the show after seven seasons. She will join Mel Schilling (left) and John Aiken (right) on the panel of experts in 2021

New recruit: Alessandra is replacing former Married At First Sight expert Dr Trisha Stratford (centre), who announced last year she was leaving the show after seven seasons. She will join Mel Schilling (left) and John Aiken (right) on the panel of experts in 2021

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