LOVE Island fans think the villa’s hottest couple – Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury – DID have sex in the Hideaway but it wasn’t shown on scre
LOVE Island fans think the villa’s hottest couple – Molly-Mae and Tommy Fury – DID have sex in the Hideaway but it wasn’t shown on screen.
The 2019 series has been branded the first ‘sex free’ show in its five year history by former Islanders, as they say contestants are too worried about parents watching them.
Despite Tommy and Molly-Mae claiming they only had a kiss and a cuddle in the Hideaway, shown on last night’s episode, fans think they’re fibbing and definitely did the deed.
One wrote, “Surely they didn’t go in the hideaway and NOT have sex. #LoveIsland”
“Please no sex ?? Lies #LoveIsland,” scolded another.
A third added, “They’ve clearly had sex because why is the room a mess now? #LoveIsland”
One questioned if they could really be in love if they hadn’t had sex, writing: “Tommy and Mollie MUST OF had sex. They ain’t dropping the L bomb otherwise #LoveIsland”
“Why is Mollie lying ????? They’ve been have sex for timeeee. Producers just ain’t showing it #loveisland,” slammed a fifth.
Another viewer had a different theory: “I reckon Molly and Tommy did have sex but they did it above the covers so it couldn’t be aired and they agreed not to talk about it #loveisland”
The ITV2 show has seen its fair share of passionate moments throughout the years, but the current series appears to have been going through a dry spell.
The Sun Online exclusively revealed yesterday that the cast ARE having sex in the villa but it’s not being shown on TV because panicked bosses don’t want to “ruin their lives”.
An insider revealed late-night romps have been scrapped from screens and will never be shown to viewers to avoid embarrassing Islanders.
A source close to the show revealed: “There’s a few couples having sex in the villa but it hasn’t been shown on TV – bosses are worried about upsetting them and fear ruining their lives.
“Everyone is being extra careful about the well-being of the cast and how they will deal with the aftermath if their sex scenes are shown.
“ITV bosses are being extra cautious after suicides and it’s easier to not show the sex – if it happens it’s alluded to in the commentary by Iain Stirling rather than explicitly shown – chances are we might never see anyone have sex on Love Island again.”
Tommy Fury performed a sex act on Molly-Mae Hague three weeks ago when she was heard gasping “Jesus Christ” as the pair spooned in bed.
“Most of them have said they’re not comfortable with their sex scenes being broadcast and bosses have taken it all into account – many go on to regret having sex on camera because of how they’re viewed by the public and their employers.
On a separate occasion, Molly-Mae reached underneath the covers and was heard whispering: “It’s f***ing huge.”
Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard are also believed to have been intimate in the bedroom when they were an item although she insists nobody is having sex.
The 26-year-old, who quit the Villa earlier this week, explained in her exit interview that her fellow Islanders have been holding back.
Speaking to The Sun’s Bizarre, she revealed that none of the couples still in the villa are likely to have sex as they are too scared to be intimate on TV.
The former air hostess said: “No one wants to have sex as it’s a family show now. It used to be more niche but my 73-year-old nan and grandad are obsessed with it.
“It was hard knowing they would be watching it and seeing me upset.”
However, most of the intimate moments take place in the hideaway, where couples can enjoy some alone time.
Until Thursday night’s episode, the space had only been used once this series by Curtis Pritchard and Amy.
Asked if she regrets being intimate with Curtis, she said: “I was laying in bed with a bloke I really fancied. I don’t regret it. You forget the cameras are there.”
Earlier this series, Tommy Fury confirmed that he had gone all the way with Molly-Mae Hague in the communal bedroom.
The professional boxer was having a racy chat with house therapist Curtis when he opened up about their steamy night romp – and gave a demonstration.
At the time, Curtis asked him: “So nothing’s happened yet with you and Molly then?”
But instead of answering the question properly, Tommy simply said: “A gentleman never reveals.”
And then he went on to reveal it by teasing Curtis about it telling him he and Molly were “in a very good position”.
It comes after The Sun revealed Tommy and Molly-Mae had not had sex – but had performed a sex act.
The couple’s steamy bedtime antics left fans stunned, with many believing that the two had become the first couple in the 2019 villa to have sex.
He then got down on the grass and demonstrated the position for his friend while remaining mum with actual words – but grinning from ear to ear.
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This year’s series has seen a lot less Islanders “doing bits” than previous years, which many believe is down to the Hideaway being put on the back burner by producers.
In previous series, the hideaway has seen plenty of action – last year alone, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, Laura Anderson and Wes Nelson all used it, while Megan Barton Hanson went in there with both Wes and Eyal Booker.
However, Jack and Dani refrained from “doing bits” and went on to win the show.
The Islanders move to refrain from getting intimate comes three years after Zara Holland was stripped of her Miss Great Britain crown for getting passionate with Alex Bowen on 2016’s show.
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