The Beach Hut seems to be the spot where all of the drama is hashed out by the Love Island contestants.
The Islanders are regularly shown confessing their emotions to the camera – whether they’re feeling home sick, experiencing a break-up or just wanting to talk through the latest recoupling results, it seems to be the go-to place.
But what we don’t get to see at home is, apparently, the islanders are actually talking to real life people in there. Yes, it sounds just like Big Brother‘s famous Diary Room.
In a chat with Digital Spy and other press, finalist Laura Anderson revealed that she had been “so excited to meet some of the people you speak to at the Beach Hut” following the final.
“We saw them at the wrap party. I was like, ‘Oh my God, I didn’t think you’d look like that’,” she added.
Explaining that there are specific times that Islanders are required to head into the Beach Hut to touch base with the crew, Laura explained: “You go in a lot. You would go in, I’d say, first thing in the morning, just a general, ‘How are you?’… And if something big has happened, they’ll call you in straight away to discuss it. And we’d always go in before bed.”
She added: “If we had an argument or something, they would pull me in specifically for that.”
Partner Paul Knops explained: “There are things that you would essentially have to answer, but in a way that it would relate to what’s going on during the day.”
Makes sense. And with all the ups and downs that Laura experienced during her time in the villa – she’s since admitted that she “walked out” three times – it seems that she really appreciated the support.
“I can’t even stress how amazing the team are,” the reality star said. “We miss them all already.”
Applications for Love Island 2019 are now open.
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