World’s greatest lover gives her oral sex secret: European Sex Championship winner reveals her top tip for beating the competition
The winner of the controversial European Sex Championship has revealed the secret behind her award-winning bedroom technique.
Marija Zadravec, a Croatian porn star who goes by the name Sweet Mery, won the X-rated competition held in Sweden earlier this year, triumphing over a reported 19 other adult stars and OnlyFans creators.
Speaking to Australian radio program The Kyle And Jackie O Show on Wednesday, the 27-year-old shared her top tip for giving oral sex, telling the hosts that eye-contact is key.
‘With oral sex, it’s very important to look a guy in the eyes,’ she began.
‘This is very important for me because you can [suggest] with eyes, everything you want. So you can look at him so nice, and make this oral sex much better,’ Zadravec continued.
The tattooed blonde then advised others to convey ‘passion’ and ‘fantasies’ in their eyes to help the man enjoy himself.
Elsewhere, Zadravec told Sandilands and Henderson she’d earned points in the competition for her ‘artistic’ and ‘creative’ sexual performance with two men.
She also won the ‘best vagina’ title during the competition, saying she was proud of ‘very special’ crotch which features five piercings.
Zadravec reportedly won £860,000 (AUD $1,695,190) at the controversial competition, however this figure has not been confirmed.
When asked what she plans to do with the prize money, Zadravec said she would be splashing out on new breast implants.
‘I need bigger!’ she enthused.
Zadravec announced herself as the winner of the European Sex Championship via Instagram in July, sharing photos of herself clutching a trophy and a bouquet of red flowers.
According to The Daily Star, female entrants were set to earn themselves £690 (AUD $1,361) for each day they stayed in the venue, while men would earn £345 (AUD $680)per day.
The publication say the winner was promised £860,000 (AUD $1,695,190).
Her winner announcement post left some fans confused however, as the six-week tournament was actually shut down just days after it began following a slew of controversies.
Contestants had claimed there was no hot water, no adequate sleeping arrangements, and that the hygiene was poor.
It is understood that the competition was pioneered by Dragan Bratic, who owns a number of strip clubs in the Jönköping area of Sweden, and who is understood to have set up the event to be live streamed over the internet to paying viewers.
Zadravec subsequently defended Bratic and the Swedish Sex Federation over the event, while explaining why she was still the winner despite the competition ending early.
Speaking to Croatian daily newspaper Jutarnji list, she claimed Bratic had told her that based on the number of points she accumulated during the tournament, she was the winner of the competition, and that this would soon be declared on the organisation’s website.
She also said her fee was paid every day she ‘spent in the house,’ and that her travel was also paid for.
Zadravec also hit out at claims by other competitors that hot water was not available in the venue, saying that while the water heater broke down in one room, it was fixed the following day, and that hot water was available in other rooms.
The adult film star also said the ‘project’ was a big opportunity for her and her fellow competitors.
Zadravec distanced herself from the criticism being made by other participants, and accusing them of not telling the truth about what unfolded. ‘People from the porn industry are all connected, so it is very important to tell the truth,’ she said.
‘I am not a person who wants problems from this because we all had the opportunity to choose ourselves, so there is no need to put pressure on the organiser after everything. As for my experience, it was great and I would like it to happen again one day because something like this is not little thing,’ she told Jutarnji.