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Olivia Munn reveals details about her sex life with Aaron Rodgers (video)


Olivia Munn, the “Newsroom” actress and girlfriend of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, made an appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” on Thursday. Given her high-profile romance with arguably the best player in the NFL, once the segment “Plead the Fifth” came around, questions about her beau inevitably became one of the main topics of conversation.

But it was the nature of the questions that makes Munn’s appearance on the show — and her responses — so compelling.

While it was not the only topic discussed, several of the inquiries posed to the 34-year-old actress revolved around her sex life with the Packers signal-caller.

Host Andy Cohen got the sex talk ball rolling by asking Munn bluntly, “Do you have sex on game days?”

Fellow guest Padma Lakshmi approved of the question, saying, “That’s a good one.”

“It is a good one,” Munn concurred. “Well, I will say that all the good luck charms are on the field and in the stands, so it has nothing to do with me. And, uh, no we don’t. Not on game day. There’s not a rule, but it just doesn’t happen because there’s other things to focus on.”

If Munn thought she was going to get off without Cohen digging deeper, she was incorrect.

“If he plays well, do you have sex after the game?” Cohen asked, continuing the somewhat uncomfortable line of inquiry.

“Depends on how late the game is,” Munn answered.

And then it was¬†Lakshmi’s turn to prod Munn on her sex life with the NFL superstar.

“Can you have sex the night before? Is that game day?”she asked.

“There’s no rules, by the way. It’s just doesn’t happen usually because there’s a lot to do,” Munn said, laughing. “But usually yes. I try to have sex as much as I can.”

There you have it. A peek behind the curtain, as it were.

Rodgers and Munn have been dating for some time. A romance developed between the A-list couple after the pair appeared on stage with one another at the Academy of Country Music Awards in April.

When Rodgers was going through a rough patch earlier this season — about the same time of his now-famous “R-E-L-A-X” comments — speculation was that his relationship with Munn was having a negative impact on his career, a notion Rodgers referred to as “idiotic.”

Of course, Rodgers not only righted the ship, he proceeded to set the NFL on fire, arguably displaying some of the best football ever played at the quarterback position in NFL history, appearing on track to secure a second MVP award.

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