Love Island stars had sex in the villa “all the time” in hours of unaired footage, according to a former contestant.
Speaking on the Mouthing Off With Olivia Caridi podcast, the 25-year-old said: “People are having sex everywhere — genuinely everywhere — all the time. In the day, in the night, upstairs, downstairs.
“It is hilarious because you know they can’t really put it on camera.
“At the start everyone’s so aware of the fact that you are inches away from the next couple in a bed but everyone just gets so comfortable.”
She added that it’s not just sexual inhibitions that are lost, with the girls turning in to DIY beauticians to keep each other hair free.
Montana said: “We were waxing each other’s vaginas by the third week. I saw everyone’s bum holes, everyone’s vaginas.
“It was like, ‘Wax time, girls — which one of you wants your vagina waxed first?'”
Her revelations echo those of Megan Barton-Hanson, who revealed that producers can only air sex scenes if Love Island stars confirm it happened.
She said on an Instagram live: “What’s cheeky is, if you had sex but denied it to production, they can’t air the footage.”
Montana, who coupled up with Alex Beattie on Love Island, previously admitted that she regrets having sex on TV and warned future contestants “not to do it”.
In a 2018 interview, she told The Sun: “In hindsight, having sex on TV wasn’t the best idea. My advice to the new hopefuls is not to do it.
“If I could have done it differently, I wouldn’t have had sex.”
Every summer people are glued to the action inside the sprawling Spanish pad and hoping to see at least one of the couples get intimate on camera.
Contestants who have had steamy scenes aired include Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies and Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury.
The most infamous sexual encounter came in 2016 when Zara Holland was stripped of her Miss Great Britain crown for appearing to perform a sex act on hunky Alex Bowen.
The traditional summer series of the show was pulled last year due to the pandemic, but it has been confirmed as coming back to screens this year.
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