I was hired to have threesomes on TV’s Open House – but the steamiest romps went on AWAY from the cameras

OPEN House was billed as the most outrageous TV show yet – where couples try partner swapping for the first time.

But it wasn’t the loving pairs who ended up messing around – it was the sexy singles hired to seduce them.


One of the free-spirited temptresses deployed on the Channel 4 show has lifted the lid on what really went on during the swinging 'experiment’.

Precious Muir, who was picked by four couples to have “fun” with them, has revealed her fellow singles were more interested in all-night sex sessions with each other than following Open House’s brief.

She says when the cameras were not rolling, participants stripped naked for romps in the pool, bikini clad women and topless men couldn’t keep their hands off each other and boozy parties went on late into the night.

With producers setting no boundaries for bedroom hijinks, Precious says the sound of love-making reverberated through the mansion corridors.

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The fifth of six episodes of Open House: The Great Sex Experiment aired on Friday, with a married car dealer enjoying kinky games with Precious and two other women dressed in lingerie.

Earlier in the series Precious told married Jess Miller to “finish him off” while getting it on with her husband Mike, and shared intense kisses under the duvet with Mady Delegado, which ended in tears when her boyfriend Nathan Harrison felt excluded.

But the 37-year-old businesswoman from London, who was handpicked by producers to sleep with participants, says there was far more hot bedroom action going on behind the scenes.

She tells The Sun: “The producers wanted us to hook up with the couples because that was what the TV show was about.

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“But the singles were doing more of that than the couples.

“It was pretty crazy, they would pair off and you would hear in the room next door that they were having sex.

“It was happening regularly, you would go past rooms and you would be ‘oh, okay.’”

'Open-minded'

Precious had already appeared on the Channel Four reality show The Circle and was contacted by a producer via her social media.

Describing herself as “open-minded” she says she had no reservations about the concept of sleeping with a couple on telly.

The 'singles’ could not be in a long term relationship and she fitted that criteria.

All the participants had to spend a week in Covid isolation before filming started and the singles all spent two weeks in the English mansion last summer.

They were paid for the time lost from work plus expenses.

Understandably, Precious is keen to point out they were not sex workers.

She says: “Any television show you are on, you get paid for filming a set amount of hours, so we were paid. 

They would pair off and you would hear in the room next door that they were having sex… regularly

“But we weren’t paid to do that, if we didn’t want to do anything we still got paid.”

Many of the singles never got picked to hop into bed with a couple and some just chatted when they got into a room alone with them.

While they were unforthcoming in front of the cameras, they lost those inhibitions when the film crew weren't around.

Precious says: “There was a lot that went on that the cameras didn’t capture.

“The singles did get together, because we were together a lot of the time. People are naturally attracted to one another.”

Naked parties

The champagne flowed and there was no restriction on boozing in the evenings.

Having recently been freed from Covid restrictions, the beautiful men and women were not going to miss their opportunity.

She continues: “Everybody is hot, there are late night drinks, late night parties, there is a fire pit, we are all around the pool, we are dancing and drinking and it’s a natural thing.

“You are half naked most of the time, in lingerie or bikinis, and the guys would walk around topless.

“They would take their swimsuits off and jump in the pool naked.”

Precious, though, insists she was too busy flirting with the couples to pair off with a fellow single.

She laughs: “I was doing what I was supposed to be doing and hooked up with the couples.”

The Londoner wasn’t put off by a spot of marital jealousy or an inability to perform once she had got them into bed.

On-camera threesomes


She reveals that when the cameras were not rolling she gave married Jess, 33, a pep talk after the X-rated OnlyFans star shied away from sharing her husband with Precious.

Even though Jess and Mike, 34, from Southend, Essex, who have been wed for nine years, make adult content together, they had not gone as far as a threesome.

When the trio first got under the sheets, they didn’t go the whole way because Jess was jealous when she saw Precious snogging her man.

Precious says: “There was a scene which was cut, after the first experience, we went for a picnic and she said what she felt and that we were kissing longer and that he might be into me more than he is into her.

“I reassured her that wasn’t the case and we were just having fun and seeing where it goes. I think she just needed to hear that I didn’t want to steal her husband.”

Convinced that everything was OK, the two women headed back to the bedroom and went all the way, taking it in turns to please Mike.

But even the open-minded Precious insisted upon keeping the sheets on, knowing multiple cameras were zooming in.

She admits: “That was a very conscious decision on my part, because you don’t want to expose your entire body and feel uncomfortable when the scene is on telly. I don’t think they cared.”

Drunken interlopers

The threesome also didn’t care when two couples burst into them while they were in bed.

In a moment which wasn’t in the final edit, the drunken interlopers went into the wrong room.

There were suspicions that professional porn performers Mike and Jess were acting up for the cameras.

Precious, though, says they all wanted to get physical.

She insists: “They were truly a connection and I really liked them and we went on two dates after the show. I loved talking to Jess and I found Mike extremely attractive.”

It was Precious who instigated the action in episode four by suggesting to Al that “we should all go on a date”.

He picked three of them to spend the night in a yurt – without Jasmine.

Precious decided to put on a show for the wannabe swinger.

She reveals: “I said to the girls, if we are going to go big, then let’s do it right and wear matching sex lingerie.”

No sympathy for couples

The most awkward moment was broadcast in the first episode.

Welshman Nathan, 25, admitted to not getting aroused when he got naked with Precious and his girlfriend Mady, 20.

Not wishing to waste her chance, student Mady got hot and sweaty with Precious while he lay silent at the other end of the mattress.

The couple almost broke up and viewers have criticised the programme makers for jeopardising relationships.

But Precious has little sympathy for anyone choosing to put their love lives under a microscope.

I reassured Jess that we were just having fun and seeing where it goes. I think she just needed to hear that I didn’t want to steal her husband

She comments: “A lot of people are concerned about the relationships and how they are going to survive this, but it’s their choice and it only highlights bad stuff going on in your relationship in the first place.”

Everyone had to sign a contract which made it clear that they had no say in the final edit.

And there were no rules about how much of an orgy could develop.

Precious, who has a hair care business, says: “There were no boundaries. It was just about whatever you were comfortable doing. Just prepared that it would be on TV.

“In the rooms they had Big Brother cameras and there were no cameramen. You don’t feel uncomfortable. 

“There are cameras all around the room. After a while you forget about it. That’s when you capture the natural moment.

“You don’t know what will happen and you are just seeing where it will go.”

Protection encouraged

The only rule was that all sex had to be consensual and everyone was urged to use protection and required an STI test.

Usually in each couple, there is one person pushing the idea of swinging – mainly the men.

But when it came to the moment of truth, Precious reckons they realised reality is very different from adult movies. 

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She concludes: “People have this fantasy where they assume it is like porn and it is not even close. 

“The realisation usually comes with the men, and when it comes down to it they can’t do what they are supposed to be doing.”

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