Jack Whitehall: Graham Norton Show host in sex life bombshell ‘I don’t like doing that’

Jack Whitehall: Graham Norton Show host in sex life bombshell ‘I don’t like doing that’

Jack Whitehall, 30, who is believed to be single, reportedly insisted he was rubbish in the bedroom at a recent gig. According to The Sun, the comedian said: “I am very unadventurous in the bedroom.“People go, ‘Ooh, Jack what do you like in the bedroom?’ Just quick and quiet.” Elaborating, he is reported as saying: “Sex with me is like arriving late at the theatre and trying to find your seat.

Sex with me is like arriving late at the theatre and trying to find your seat.

Jack Whitehall

“Some shuffling, a bit of shushing, a pause and then from somewhere in the darkness just a whispered, ‘Sorry’. And never an applause.”

Jack then joked he should “make an effort” between the sheets but then insisted he didn’t like to.

He added: “Now, I’ve got to make an effort again, you’ve got to, you know, put a shift in the bedroom, I don’t like doing that.”

Jack is not believed to be anyone following his split from actress Gemma Chan, 35, in 2017.

The Fresh Meat co-stars called time on their relationship after six years together.

A source previously told The Sun: “Jack and Gemma secretly pulled the plug on their relationship but remain good friends.

“For the past couple of years they’ve both been finding it difficult to make proper time for one another and, with their schedules showing no signs of slowing down, have decided to go their separate ways.”

The source added the pair “remain supportive of one another”.

Last month, Jack joked about what his “worst nightmare” would be betweem the sheets.

After seeing football pundit Roy Keane on the television, he took the opportunity to make a comment about the star.

In view of his six million followers, he commented: “I think my worst nightmare would be someone filming me having sex, then Roy Keane watching it back and appraising my performance.”

Many of his fans commented on the star’s light-hearted post.

One user wrote: “My worse nightmare would be holding the camera!”

A second added: “Something that could never be unseen.”

A third cheekily commented: “Hahahaha this should be a thing.”(sic)

The Graham Norton show airs tonight at 10.35pm on BBC One.

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