Dirty Love Island secrets from bad BO to eye-watering condom supply

Dirty Love Island secrets from bad BO to eye-watering condom supply

Sex, body odour and sun cream, Love Island is one programme to mash together all kinds of weird mixes.

Host Laura Whitmore revealed the villa smells badly of BO thanks to the number of contestants lathering themselves up with fake tan and suncream.

She told Alan Carr's Life's A Beach podcast: "If you think about it that amount of people – like about 40 or 50 Islanders go through it throughout the whole summer – it starts off at about 10 or 12 or whatever and then more keep going in…

"And they're like 18-year-olds – the carpet, the fake tan, the makeup, the BO – it stinks!"

Fans of the show last night also claimed the show was staged following a fight between Gemma and Luca.

The show has run into problems, with some contestants suffering after appearing on the programme.

Is Love Island staged?

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Producers of Love Island claim it is "absolutely untrue" to say that things in the villa are deliberately staged or scripted.

They said: "As anyone who watches the show regularly would know, Love Island is a combination of reality and produced elements that are reflective of what’s happening in the villa, and is a fair and accurate representation of villa life.

"It is absolutely untrue to suggest that Love Island is fake, staged or scripted. The opinions they have and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.”

Love Island viewers claim to have rumbled a 'staged' fight between Gemma Owen and Luca Bish when she called him by her ex's name, Jacques, who is also in the villa.

It lead to some drama and an argument between the two. Gemma said: "Don't roll your eyes at me you p***k, it's a genuine mistake. I'm sorry, there's nothing more to it."

Why did Liam leave Love Island?

Liam Llewellyn quit the villa after finding the first few days a little tougher than expected.

He said: "Trying to find someone you leave the villa with that you care about – obviously that’s the goal, isn’t it? But when you’re not feeling that, it makes it a hard sort of time to find that.”

He was finding it difficult to spark a romantic connection in the villa. Initially paired with Gemma, she recoupled with Davide soon after.

He added: “This isn’t a spur-of-the-moment type of thing, so yeah, I’ve made a decision that I am going to leave the villa. It’s been a breeze – it’s been an absolute ball. You’re all unreal.”

What is it like in the Love Island villa?

Life in the Love Island villa can be pretty dull and contestants are given a day off on Saturday to do their own thing.

When couples aren't arguing, getting it on in the Hideaway or discussing Brexit by the pool with the political analysis of Jacob Rees-Mogg after a whack of horse tranquilliser, not an awful lot really happens.

Former Islander Kem Cetinay said on This Morning: "What happens is it gives them a day to clean the villa and you take your mics off and normally we go to the beach and we just chill out. Not a lot of people know this. What happens is when you take your mics off, you’re not allowed to talk about anything to do with the show."

Despite the entertainment, perhaps a proper knees-up would add a bit more spice to the show, as contestants are only allowed a maximum of two drinks a night.

Relieving the boredom can be difficult and being trapped in a villa for six days a week probably isn't great for the mind, so there is an on-site psychologist if the contestants need a chat away from the firepit.

Chefs are on hand to make special food, while Love Island has its own brand of condoms at hand. Around 200 of them according to Cosmopolitan, with spares to replace them if the Islanders run out.

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