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Rochelle Wiseman praises hot lover
Rochelle Wiseman thinks Marvin Humes is "off the scale" in bed.
The Saturdays singer - who has been dating the JLS star since March - loves spending time with her hunky boyfriend and admits their sex life is breathtaking.
She said: "How good is he in bed? I don't think 10 is enough, he's off the Richter scale! Oh no, his mum will read this!"
Despite her comments, Rochelle gets embarrassed by how much he likes showing off his toned body in public.
She said: "He knows it makes me cringe but he loves it. He's got a hot body and the girls scream. It would be hilarious if he got a beer belly and he had to cover himself up!"
The couple are planning to move in together and the 'Up' hitmaker is even thinking about starting a family with the 25-year-old singer.
She added to Britain's Star magazine: "We're very happy and moving in together. I see him as the dad of my kids!"
Although she is very much in love with Marvin, Rochelle would go on a date with Simon Cowell if she was single.
The 21-year-old pop beauty said: "I find Simon very sexy. He's not hot, but it's the way he holds himself. You know he'd show you a good time and get the job done."Posted on 15 Aug 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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