Cheers star Kirstie Alley passed away aged 71 on Monday (December 5) following a private battle with cancer.

The award-winning Hollywood star was best known for starring alongside John Travolta in Look Who's Talking as well as her role in US sitcom Cheers.

Throughout her life, she was never shy about revealing intimate details of her relationships and brought out a tell-all memoir in 2012 titled The Art Of Men.

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From begging Hollywood actor Patrick Swayze for sex to ditching her birthday party to enjoy a backseat romp, Daily Star has rounded up the the late star's wildest sex confessions.

Two hours of sex a day

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kirstie confessed she demanded her partners to have sex with her for at least two hours per day.

The Star Trek star also told the host that two hours a day wasn't enough to truly satisfy her.

The late actress, who was married twice, explained: "I really hadn't had a boyfriend for the last ten years – a serious boyfriend. It was the best ten years of my life. I had a lot of freedom.

"The way I used to pick guys was so shallow. Hot? OK, that'll be my husband."

She went on to say: "Here's my big revelation. I decided that in the best of times you have two hours of sex a day, so you have 22 hours left," before the stunned presenter interjected, asking: 'Whoa, what? Two hours a day?"

Kirstie joked: "Not enough? There's the prelude, the sex and there's the winding down."

Co-star fantasy

Kirsty also made the bombshell confession that she once fantasised about her Cheers co-star Ted Danson's manhood.

The fantasy came after she saw him shower while on the NBC sitcom.

She explained: "George Wendt kicked the door open. I snapped the photo of the naked Ted."

The cheeky star added: "I swear to God he was well endowed. I would show you the picture, but my hands were shaky.”

Backseat romp

When Kirstie appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2018, conversations with her fellow housemates often turned to the raunchier side of things.

Sat alongside self-proclaimed psychic medium Sally Morgan and ex-Emmerdale actress Roxanne Pallett, the Kansas-born star began the discussion by revealing she once had sex in the backseat of a car after picking her friend up from the airport.

She told the duo: "I was filming a movie and there was a woman, I don’t believe in furs, but she had this amazing sable fur that fell to the floor and I was like would you mind if I wore this to something?

“And I was naked underneath and I picked my friend up at the airport and then I asked the chauffeur, ‘Could you please close the windows?’

The Dancing with the Stars contestant added: "It was fun just because, you know I’ve read about that sort of thing so I wanted to do it.”

Patrick Swayze tryst

Kirstie and Patrick Swayze met on the set of TV miniseries North and South in 1985 and later revealed the pair embarked on an "emotional affair."

At the time, the Scream Queens star told herself "not to go down this road" as she was married to actor Parker Stevenson while the Dirty Dancing star was married to Lisa Niemi.

Despite their marriages, Kirstie admitted the pair got extremely close and it once went so far that she propositioned him for sex.

She pleaded: "I want to make love with you. I just don't care anymore, let's just do it," however the Ghost actor, who passed away in 2009, turned her down.

Speaking about their tryst, The Masked Singer star admitted that despite not having a sexual relationship, what they did was "worse than an affair."

She explained: "This man and I never had sex or did sexual things, but I consider what we did more dangerous and a betrayal to our spouses.

"Because I think when you fall in love with someone when you're married, you jeopardize your own marriage and their marriage. It's doubly bad."

"We were creating a future together, but we were both married," the star said, adding: "After Patrick, I made a decision that I was not ever going to involve myself with anyone married."

The Point Break star wasn't the only Hollywood heartthrob Kirstie became involved as she fell in love with John Travolta on the set of Look Who's Talking.

During an interview with Barbara Walters, Kirstie said: "Believe me, it took everything that I had, inside, outside, whatever, to not run off and marry John and be with John for the rest of my life."

The star, who was married to her Stevenson until 1997, explained she didn't leave her husband for the 68-year-old because "you're supposed to work hard" at a marriage and "make it work."

Garden s**g

Before entering the Big Brother house, Kirstie revealed she was going in there "on a whim" and said she would be willing to have sex with the right person.

The Cheers star explained that she would even have a romp in the house garden if she met a "nice single guy".

Talking to The Mirror, she said: "I would be happy if there was a nice single guy that I fancied and vice-versa."

She added: “I would probably just sh*g them like non-stop. Yeah, probably out in the garden. But it’s not really why I’m here.”

Ditching birthday party for sex

While chatting about celebrating her birthday, Kirstie revealed there was a time she slipped out of a surprise party to enjoy a steamy session with her boyfriend at the time.

She explained: "One time someone threw me a huge surprise party and everybody was there that I've ever known! Just everybody, from when I was really young."

The mum-of-two added: "Everybody was just really drunk. I left early to go and have sex in the back seat of the car because my boyfriend had given me a new car so I went to have some sex in it."

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