Sophie Piper, a former Love Island star, hinted that the islanders are secretly doing dirt away from the cameras.
The former 21-year-old AP doctor admitted that couples in the South African villa were “breaking up” when the cameras were filmed.
The stunning reality star was speaking to The Sun Online during a screening of the show at BOXPARK when she made the admission of shock.
“I feel there were definitely pieces! Definitely. Not between me and Connor, absolutely not! He told the publication, reminding fans that his appearance was strictly PG.
“At the moment there is talk of the breakfast club, so I think there are definitely some things to do in there for sure!” Sophie continued.
During the night she also seemed not to be the biggest fan of the remaining Mike island.
“How the hell is Mike still there guys, he has nine lives, I swear! I just think it’s madness since I really left! “he yelled into the microphone at the event at some point.
In addition to revealing the main secrets of the villa since the suitcase was shipped from the villa, the brunette has remained in contact with her friend Connor, despite living some distance from each other.
In addition, in what could be her first big occasion since the Winter Love Island season, the Essex-born model is also said to be the first “confirmed” competitor to join the cast of I am A Celebrity 2020.
In tonight’s episode, Ched and Jess won one night in the hiding place and the boys asked that a debriefing be needed in the morning after their vulgar date.
Things got tarnished among other couples in the Love Island villa as the competition was drawing to a close.
There are a few days to go to the final, fans have speculated whether Finn and Paige, Love Island favorites, got a little annoying under the covers earlier this week.
Luke T even made fun of the fact that he and his friend Siannise Fudge also “maybe did something” while sharing some time alone in the villa last week.
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