We were on Love Island – there’s actually loads you can’t take in

FORMER Love Island contestants have revealed what life is like in the nation’s most famous villa.

It’s the time all of us have been patiently waiting for all year – the annual return of ITV’s Love Island.

Chloe, who starred on the show in 2021, revealed which items the contestants couldn't take into the villa

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Chloe, who starred on the show in 2021, revealed which items the contestants couldn’t take into the villaCredit: TikTok Amy took it to social media to answer some of the most popular questions regarding life in the villa

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Amy took it to social media to answer some of the most popular questions regarding life in the villaCredit: TikTok

Although the show is now in full-force, with drama already keeping fans entertained, Love Island still remains full of mysteries, with the nation wondering what life is truly like in the most famous villa.

Luckily, former contestants, such Amy Hart and Chloe Burrows, have shared the secrets of the show, which is watched by millions across the world.

Appearing on Kiss Fresh, Chloe, who starred in the 2021 series, revealed which items the islanders are not allowed to take with themselves into the villa.

Amongst these, the stunner revealed, was fake tan and eyelash extensions.

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The ‘“fake tan and eyelash till I die” lover said she was in shock upon learning this when entering the show, where the crew explained that the tanning products would ruin the bedsheets.

”Obviously, imagine that on TV – bright pink stains everywhere from where I’ve been laying.

”And then eyelash extensions because of Covid.”

Learning the latter had been particularly unfortunate for Chloe who said that all of her extensions had fallen out and she was left with no lashes.

”I remember that first morning – I got up […] and I walk back into the dressing room and I was like ‘right, I’m gonna make myself look really fit and stick it on these boys’.

”And then they were like ‘right, go downstairs now’.

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”So I go downstairs – not brushed my teeth, not brushed my hair, no lashes, pulling boys for a chat.”

Another contestant, Amy Hart who joined the series in 2019, took it to social media to answer questions left by fans curious of the day-to-day life in the villa.

For those, who like the majority want to find out if the Love Islanders are allowed to smoke or vape whilst on the show, Amy said there was a limit.

Although vaping wasn’t ”a thing” back when Amy entered the villa, contestants who fancied a cigarette, are allowed a maximum of ten a day.

”You could go sit out on the front on your own and there was a camera pointing at you and that was the only place that you were allowed to smoke.

”And you weren’t allowed to take anything back into the villa – like, no lighters or anything.”

Similarly, when it comes to drinking, there are also strict rules in place.

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”They tell you on the first day that if you do get caught giving your drink to anyone, then everyone gets banned from drinking for, like, five days.

”So that you’ll let everyone else down – so don’t do it.”

The former contestant explained what happens if you get caught giving your drink to someone else

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The former contestant explained what happens if you get caught giving your drink to someone elseCredit: TikTok

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