Here are the new rules on sex for Love Island series 4
The strict new rules for the upcoming season of Love Island have been unveiled.
The sexy summer series will return later this year, and producers want to clamp down on some of the contestants’ more unsavoury behaviour on the show.
Last series, both Montana Brown and Alex Beattie and Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies got very frisky on British television screens.
In the new series, the Daily Mirror says contestants will be banned from getting naked in front of other islanders and engaging in solo sex acts.
Contestants are allowed to have sex with one another, but they must not be under the influence of alcohol and must use contraception. Every contestant will be given a guidebook with the full rules plus advice on nudity, consent and contraception.
Any contestants who do have sex will be forced to attend a counselling session for advice on contraception and other issues.
The new series will return in June, although there is not currently an official line-up.
According to The Sun, producers are desperate to get Danny Dyer’s daughter Dani on board after she was forced to abandon Survival of the Fittest early in January.
A source said: “Dani’s bright and bubbly personality really captured the attention of the viewers and the Love Island team. They’re determined to sign her up and are confident fans of the show will love watching her try to find romance this summer.”