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Love Island producers have reportedly been cutting out sex scenes between couples in a bid to take care of the cast's reputations once they leave the villa.
Countless viewers have been speculating what’s going on under the covers as fans get quick glimpses of moving bed sheets but now it has been claimed producers have purposely left things vague so that the stars themselves can choose what they reveal.
This is in stark contrast to previous seasons of the show that would air censored footage of the deeds taking place.
The choice appears to have come from producers as part of the show's new duty of care package.
A source speaking to The Sun said: "Obviously a lot of what happens in the villa doesn't make it to air.
“A lot of things have gone down in the bedroom when lights go out, but producers are sparing cast's blushes and cutting it out.
“Just hinting at it with occasional shots, or airing conversations the cast have afterwards."
This news follows on from Tuesday 10 August’s episode where fans were certain that multiple couples could have been busy under the sheets.
The viewer’s suspicions were further confirmed as Teddy Soares questioned Toby Aromolaran about noises he had heard in the night, with Toby quickly dodging the question.
Millie also confessed that she and Liam tend to be quiet as Liam supposedly shushes her if there’s any noise coming from their bed.
The boys and girl groups have both been seen speaking in code on the show about their sexual activity each night, with viewers trying to get their head around what an “NVQ2” is in the girls chat, reportedly a “sexual act using hands”.
Former Love Island housemate Hugo Hammond has hinted on Instagram about the possible cut content within the villa as he showed off a Love Island branded condom and suggested that others had been using theirs.
He said: “Love Island did provide us with these Love Island condoms and obviously I didn't get a chance to use mine.
"However, do you think anyone got the chance to use theirs?"
Love Island has been criticised in previous seasons for showing explicit content from inside the villa that lead to real world consequence, with 2016 contestant Zara Holland being stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after being shown having sex on the show.
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