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Bachelor Australia's Laura Byrne asks Matty J question about female anatomy on Life Uncut podcast

Bachelor Australia's Laura Byrne asks Matty J question about female anatomy on Life Uncut podcast

He might be one of the most popular Aussie Bachelors to date, but it turns out even Matty J doesn’t have all the answers when it comes to women - especially on their anatomy.

The Bachelor Australia star was outed by his fiance - and former season winner - Laura Byrne after the topic of women’s bodies was brought up on her podcast Life Uncut,

On the podcast, which she hosts with fellow Bachie alum Brittany Hockley, the mother-of-one said a listener had shared that their partner wasn’t aware of how many ‘holes’ women have - down there.

“How many men do you think are walking around on planet Earth who don’t realise?”

Byrne asked her co-host.“I actually think more men than not would think that,” Hockley chimed in.

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“I have a feeling Matt thought this when we first got together, because I remember saying something to him and him looking confused but being like ‘yeah...yeah’,” Byrne continued.

To test her theory, the brunette beauty called in Johnson, who she shares one-year-old Marlie-Mae with, to join the podcast.

“Matthew Johnson, how many holes you do think a woman has?” she asks the 32-year-old on the spot.

The former Bachelor jokes and says “12” before admitting: “I used to think it was two”.

Johnson pointed to his high school days, saying that his friends used to speculate and said that “for a lot of guys” in their teenage years “it’s a big mystery”.

Letting her fiance off the hook, Byrne turned the questions to the listeners, asking them to send her their partner’s responses to the question: “How many holes do women have - down there?”

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The responses will make you question sex education in the country.

“I asked my 55-year-old boyfriend and he said two... We have six children (by the way). He looked stunned when I said we have three,” one of her followers said.

“I just asked my partner thinking there was no way he would get it wrong... he said two and then said ‘no way show me!’ when I informed him,” another response read.

“I asked my partner the female ‘hole’ question. His answer was four,” one woman said.

“How don’t they know?! My husband just heard this and I said ‘how many do I have?’.. His whole attitude was ‘duh.. 2!” like he obliviously knew,” another wrote.

The hosts took to the podcast’s official Instagram to make the public service announcement.

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“3 GUYS!!! It is 3” the post read, “I think we need to revise our sex ed”.

Ain’t that the truth.