The stars of Love Island are getting frisky in the famous villa, but show bosses have chosen not to air the scenes, it’s reported.
This season of the hit ITV2 show has featured no sex scenes, in stark comparison to previous series of the dating show.
None of the couples have had sex – despite some getting alone time in the Hideaway.
However, according to The Sun Online , the contestants are getting intimate in secret and viewers are just not seeing it.
A source told the publication: “There’s a few couples having sex in the villa but it hasn’t been shown on TV – bosses are worried about upsetting them and fear ruining their lives.”
“Everyone is being extra careful about the well-being of the cast and how they will deal with the aftermath if their sex scenes are shown.
“Most of them have said they’re not comfortable with their sex scenes being broadcast and bosses have taken it all into account – many go on to regret having sex on camera because of how they’re viewed by the public and their employers.
“ITV bosses are being extra cautious after suicides and it’s easier to not show the sex – if it happens it’s alluded to in the commentary by Iain Stirling rather than explicitly shown – chances are we might never see anyone have sex on Love Island again.”
It comes as Amy Hart opened up on the topic, after she quit the villa following her break-up with Curtis Pritchard.
She told The Sun that the contestants are refusing to have sex in the villa because they’re too scared to do it on TV.
She said: “No one wants to have sex as it’s a family show now.
“It used to be more niche but my 73-year-old nan and grandad are obsessed with it.”