Love Island star Montana Brown has issued a stark warning to this year’s islanders; don’t have sex on telly.
Montana, 22, appeared on last year’s series of the hit ITV show and went all the way on more than on occasion with fellow contestant Alex Beattie.
After she left the villa, Montana initially claimed she didn’t regret her saucy romps and said in an interview: “I came on the island and I never, ever wanted to have sex.
“It wasn’t something that I intended to do. It happened and I don’t regret it.”
But it appears, almost a year on and now loved-up with new model boyfriend Elliott Reeder, Montana has done a U-turn.
In an exclusive chat with The Sun on Sunday, Montana has admitted: “In hindsight, having sex on TV wasn’t the best idea.
“My advice to the new hopefuls is not to do it.”
She added: “If I could have done it differently, I wouldn’t have had sex.”
Last week, we told how Love Island bosses have reportedly been swamped with applicants – with a whopping 60,000 people said to have applied for the 2018 series in the first 12 hours!
But it has also been claimed that this year’s episodes may not be as X-rated as previous shows.
First, reports claimed that ITV is banning anyone who has previously appeared on a reality series to ensure Love Island stays “fresh”.
And now, according to The Mirror, islanders will be banned from having sex if they have consumed two or more alcoholic drinks.
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As it stands, ITV has not confirmed a start date for the forth series of Love Island however host Caroline Flack recently sent fans into a spin after appearing to drop a major hint on Twitter.
On 3 April, she tweeted that the show was “two months away”, which would make the premiere in June. Exciting!
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