Love Island bosses accused of letting rules slip by former winner Kem Cetinay

Love Island winner Kem Cetinay has accused show bosses of a “dodgy” rule break on last night’s episode as he discussed the show on the official podcast.

During his latest sting hosting the Love Island podcast, the 26-year-old Essex lad was joined by Lorraine Kelly’s daughter, Rosie Smith.

As the two began discussing Gemma Owen and Luca Bish’s awkward sleeping arrangement, the conversation turned to what appeared to be a rule break by contestants Indiyah and Dami.

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Explaining the rules, Kem told listeners: “You can’t sleep in the same bed as the person you fancy, it has to be the person you’re coupled up with.

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“You have to live in the couple and do challenges together so you can either sleep in the garden or in the dog house.”

He went on to discuss Gemma and Luca’s sleeping arrangement saying: “So we see Luca sleeping in the pull out but Gemma chose that she’s gonna stay in the double bed with Davide instead.”

Rosie then chimed in asking: “What I also didn’t get about last night was Indiyah and Dami being in the same bed what’s all that about?”

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Kem replied: “Because I think… both of their couples… that’s an interesting one.”

“But they’re not a couple,” said Rosie.

That was the moment Kem began questioning the rules, and whether or not the show had breached them.

“I feel like Love Island let a little something slip over there 'cause normally they’ve gotta stay in their own bed.

“But maybe because they lost both of their couples I don’t know.

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“There’s a little bit of something dodgy going on here.

“Yeah there’s a little loop hole. I’ll dig into that. I’m making a phone call.”

Viewers may be surprised at some of the rules the contestants face.

Per the UK contract, contestants must agree that all footage taken of them during their time on the show is usable.

Contestants aren't allowed to wear anything that has branding on it, unless it's approved by the show, and alcohol consumption is limited to two drinks per night.

Executive Producer David Eilenberg revealed: “Drinks are limited to help keep the show coherent.”

Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2


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