CELEBS Go Dating star Kimberly Hart-Simpson has revealed she's open to having sex on a first date – and even fancies married agent Paul Brunson.
The former Coronation Street star currently appears on the E4 reality series alongside Chloe Ferry and Curtis Pritchard.
While the actress may have been unlucky in love in the past, she's keen to keep her options open in the future.
And she said she'd be comfortable having sex on a first date if the mood struck.
Speaking to The Sun Online, Kimberly confessed: "I wouldn't be against kissing.
"I don't think you should overthink anything like that, like if you feel like you want to do it, do it. Likewise with sex as well, actually.
"People should stop worrying about s**t like that. They should stop having to put this pressure like, 'Oh, what will they think of me?'
"Don't worry about what they think, as long as you like yourself, forget about it. Do whatever you want."
Kimberly went on: "Do I have sex on the first date now? No, I don't. But you can't say never.
"How do you know? You just have to read the room, read your heart, read your head, and then if you're good to go, why not?"
The Corrie star went on to admit she fancies celebrity love doctor Paul.
She added: "I fancy Paul, so it’s not a bad thing to be spending a little bit of time with him. I think everyone fancies Paul, don't they?
"Anna's gorgeous as well, so it's going to be hard if we're not allowed to touch them, which I don't think we can but listen, Paul can come in the bubble if he wants to, it's fine. It's fine!"
Sadly, Paul has been married to wife Jill since 2000.
Corrie fans will know Kimberly's character left the cobbles last year after Daniel Osbourne helped her pay off her debts so she could have a new life by the sea with her daughter.
However, it wasn't a final goodbye for sex worker Nicky.
A source told The Sun Online: "Nicky’s proved really popular with viewers and the bosses absolutely love Kimberly.
"The character has gone off for the storyline to develop but the door is very much open for her return."
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