Love Island evictee Connagh Howard has opened up about what happens behind the scenes on the ITV2 dating show when the cameras stop rolling.
The hunky Welsh model, 27, was the first male contestant to get the boot from the current series, which is being filmed in South Africa.
Fans were gobsmacked when Connagh was sent packing after Siânisse Fudge opted to save her pal Nas Majeed over him during a dramatic re-coupling.
Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online at BOXPARK Wembley, Connagh opened up about what the stars of the show get up to when the programme is not being filmed.
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The former Islander said: "There's actually another villa you don't see on TV.
"It's not the one used for Casa Amor but a separate villa the boys would go to on the days when the show isn't being filmed.
"The boys and girls get separated when we're not filming and in the other villa us boys ordered takeaways and got a haircut and chilled really."
It is not the first time a dumped Islander has opened up about secret locations on the Love Island set that viewers don't get to see.
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Speaking to the Daily Star Online last year, Love Island 2018 star Georgia revealed that Islanders are put "on lockdown" after leaving the villa, where they don't have access to their phones or social media for two days.
Revealing exactly what happens when you leave, Georgia added: "It is a hotel or a villa. When I came out I went to a villa.
"I was in the villa for two days when I first came out. You have no family and friends in there.
"It's literally just you and the ITV team and that's it."
Love Island series three winner Kem Cetinay previously let slip on This Morning that the Love Island stars get a day off a week from the show.
He told hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby: "Normally we go to the beach and we just chill out. There are no microphones.
"You can all sit and chat but they are careful what you talk about, there's someone watching you like a hawk."
Love Island airs weekdays at 9pm on ITV2
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