Ex-Love Islander reveals how many drinks theyre allowed to consume in the villa

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The Love Island villa may look like paradise where the islanders are free to let loose, but in reality there are quite a few rules the contestants have to follow.

Islanders aren’t allowed their personal mobile phones, they can’t read magazines or books, full nudity is forbidden and they’re only allowed to consume two drinks a night. And if they do drink alcohol, sex is off the cards.

However, during a recent interview with The Sun's About Last Night, former islander Shannon Singh claimed this year's cohort have been getting "a little more alcohol than two glasses.”

So how much do the Islanders really get?

Speaking to JJ Anisiobi, Shannon was asked to share a secret that no one knows about the villa, which is when she made the revelation.

She replied: “I think people don’t realise you do get a little more alcohol than two glasses and it’s really funny because Kaz was nursing her glass of wine because she gets drunk so quickly.

“So she was letting me have it and then the voice of God was like ‘no sharing drinks’, ‘everyone stop sharing drinks’.

“I think people don’t realise there’s a voice of God to keep everyone in check, because you need it.”

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Former contestant Liana Isadora Van-Riel, who took part in season 2 of the show in 2016, told The Sun that the Islanders were only allowed to drink either wine or beer and that there were no spirits.

Producers of the show later told HuffPost UK that they’re “really careful the [the Islanders] don’t have too much to drink” and are “responsible about it”.

Smoking is also restricted on the show. While in earlier seasons of the show we’d see contestants have heart-to-hearts over a cigarette, ITV was forced to clamp down on this.

The broadcaster then built a dedicated smoking area where Islanders can go, one-by-one, to have a cigarette while accompanied by a producer.

All Love Island stars are given a handbook detailing all the show’s rules, which they are encouraged to refer to.

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