I was on Love Island this series – a VERY saucy topless scene was cut and producers used sneaky trick to divide villa | The Sun

I was on Love Island this series – a VERY saucy topless scene was cut and producers used sneaky trick to divide villa | The Sun

Have you ever wondered about what racy scenes from Love Island never made it our airwaves?

Coco Lodge has revealed some of the secret moments that never made it to TV scenes, including a saucy massage for Summer Botwe and a heartfelt intervention from Luca Bish.

Coco, 27, told The Sun that Summer, 22, received a topless massage from Dami Hope, 26, during Casa Amor.

She said: “I think there were a few scenes with some of us, like Summer had a massage from Dami and she was topless, that wasn’t aired.

“I was giving Andrew a facial, that wasn’t aired.”

Dami and Indiyah Polak, 23, faced turbulence in their relationship after they both strayed in Casa Amor with Summer and Deji Adeniyi, 22.


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Coco also acknowledged a tiff she had with fellow Casa Amor girl Jasmine Nichol, 21.

Jazmine, who received little air time while in Casa Amor, later revealed she had an argument with Coco over Andrew Le Page, 27, that never saw the light of day.

Coco said: “She liked Andrew, they’d had like two conversations and she liked him and she got annoyed at me for kissing him.

“She had a little tiff with me about it, but it wasn’t anything big, so I didn’t expect them to air that anyway.”

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Luca’s intervention

Luca Bish, 23, who is coupled up with Michael Owen's teenage daughter, has been accused by Love Island fans of bullying Tasha and being overly protective of Gemma.

Coco said she felt Luca was getting a bad edit on the show, because he is actually “lovely”.

She went on to describe a moment when Luca stood up for her when others were laughing.

The influencer said: “Luca stuck up for me in the recoupling when I was standing there and Deji had to pick me. When I was standing there on my own people were laughing, I don’t know if they were laughing at me or just laughing because it was awkward, I couldn’t really tell.

“People who were sat at the fire pit when I was standing there on my own started laughing and Luca was like, ‘Guys, Coco’s standing up there alone, don’t be rude, like what are you doing?’

“He really stood up for me, he’s so lovely, so for me the way they’re editing him at the moment is quite bad.”

Producers made divide worse

Coco opened up about how she felt isolated and unwelcome in the villa after she recoupled with Andrew.

She said this was not helped by the producers, who reinforced the divide between the original cast and the new Casa Amor Islanders.

The beauty said: “To be honest, it wasn’t really being helped, because they made us do our morning chats separate to the other girls.

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“Everyone was like, ‘Oh, did you guys decide to sit away from the other girls?’ Like no, we were told where to go for those morning chats and we were told to stay in the bedroom, while the girls go on the terrace.

“I just felt this massive divide and it just wasn't nice in there for us at the start, but towards the end we all became really close."

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