Montana Brown claims the cast’s antics were too hot for television a lot of the time (Picture: Rex)
Love Island star Montana Brown claims the 2017 cast had sex ‘everywhere’ during their time in the villa.
The former reality show contestant, 25, says their naughty antics were too hot to be shown on-screen and she found it ‘hilarious’.
Speaking on the Mouthing Off With Olivia Caridi podcast, she 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.’
Montana admits she found witnessing people get close out in the open awkward but soon got ‘comfortable’ with the cheeky activities.
She explained: ‘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.’
Montana says she became comfortable with the cast’s cheeky antics (Picture: ITV)
Montana, who coupled up with Alex Beattie on the show, previously admitted she regretted having sex while in the villa.
She said: ‘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.’
Meanwhile, Love Island is set to be more accommodating when it returns to screens as it is to feature ‘all shapes and sizes’ as ITV hunt for the ‘most diverse cast ever’.
Show bosses have extended applications, which were due to close at the end of April, as they are hoping to find the perfect line-up, according to The Sun.
More than 100,000 hopefuls have already put their bids in to compete on the programme which is set to go ahead in the summer after last year’s was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A source told the publication: ‘Bosses know that all eyes will be on them when the show returns later this year, so they want to make sure that they can’t give anyone anything to criticise them over.
‘In the past the show has been criticised for being too white and having a lack of body diversity.
‘Viewers want to see women and men that they can relate to and hot singletons come in all shapes and sizes so this is a positive move.’
Credit: Original article published here.