Lena The Plug's podcast has an X-rated ending with every guest

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Well, we won’t be tuning in on our morning commute, that’s for sure. But fans of adult content might be interested to know more about an unorthodox podcast called Plug Talk.

The show, hosted by content creator Lena Nersesian (aka Lena The Plug) and her fiancé, YouTuber Adam Grandmaison (known as Adam22), sees the couple interview female porn actors.

Its unique selling point? At the end of each episode, the pair have sex with their guest.

Excerpts of the interviews are available on YouTube, but the uncut versions are, unsurprisingly, available exclusively on OnlyFans.

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Nersesian, who makes videos about everything from food to workouts to NSFW entertainment, came up with the idea for Plug Talk.

Speaking alongside Grandmaison for the comedy show KFC Radio last year, she explained that they had been pitched the idea of a "nude prank podcast type thing" but dismissed it as "stupid and fake".

"We were like, no, let's do real sex."

"It just made the most sense," she said. "We were already friends with a bunch of the girls that we were working with and interviewing and hanging out afterwards – it's like, why not make content out of this?"

How did Plug Talk with Lena The Plug and Adam22 come to be?

The couple released the podcast in November 2021. Their guests so far have included the likes of Adriana Chechik and Angela White, and within a month of its launch, Plug Talk had allegedly reached the top 0.02 per cent of OnlyFans accounts.

Grandmaison, who is also known for his No Jumper show, tweeted about the X-rated achievement at the time, adding sentimentally: “My girl and I had a dream of a podcast where we could b**g the guests after the interview and we made it happen.

“Follow your dreams.”

Their show should not be confused with another of the same name which is available on Spotify and Apple.

The other Plug TalkPlug Talk, hosted by a man called Rari, whose most recent episode dates back to March 2020, touts itself as “your daily dose of positivity”.

Rari claims his series “centres around motivating you to get up and work on yourself”.

And though we imagine his content is a little different to Nersesian and Grandmaison’s, we’re sure he’d promote that “follow your dreams” mantra, too.

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