Love Island star reveals trick that Islanders use when they want to go for a number two

There are a multitude of behind-the-scenes secrets that fans of smash-hit ITV2 series Love Island are dying to know about how the show is filmed.

Past contestants have given glimpses into what life is really like in the famous villa, but none have given more detail than last summer's bombshell, Coco Lodge.

The brunette beauty – who temporarily stole Andrew La Page from Tasha Ghouri during the Casa Amor segment of the show – took to her TikTok page to share tips about living in the villa, referring to one thing in particular.

Coco explained how the batch of love-hungry singletons signal to a member of the crew that they need to head off for a 'number two'.

She said: "Hey guys, believe it or not, Love Island is back on our screens in just a week. What the f***, It's only just stopped.

"I have only just come out of that villa, it feels like. So here's some advice, if you know anyone who is on the show, or you're just interested in some advice I would give to Islanders.

"Number one, don't let them suck your t***y before you commit. So don't do that, don't be silly, keep it in your bra."

She added: "Number two, when you want to go for a poo in there, it's really hard. I actually had to ask for a laxative from the medic team.

"But a trick is, and what we used to do in the villa, I think it was invented by Ekin-Su or Paige, is to take a beauty product, like a hairspray can, into the toilet so you have something to read whilst you poo."

Coco continued: "Number three, and it sounds harsh but no one is your friend. You all kind of low-key hate each other because it's a game. So just remember no one is your friend, no one can be trusted and you just have to have your own back.

"So if there is someone you want to go for, but one of your friends is the one interested in them, … they are not really your friend. You need to do what you need to do for your post-career and maybe your love life, but let's be honest, none of you are in there for love."

Tip number four saw Coco telling future contestants to 'cause drama', being that producers would keep them in for 'good tv'.

"And also, it's good for us, because sometimes watching is … boring, and you might be hated for the drama, like I was, but it's actually more interesting," she said.

"And when you get out, people finally realise you actually make good TV and the other people didn't. So make drama."

Finally, she said: "Number five, just to let you know when you get out, you better hold onto your men in there, because if you get out single, it ruins your love life.

"I genuinely didn't do anything or see anyone for five/ six months when I first came out. Not until the other day did I go on a date for the first time."

She concluded: "So, just make sure you're aware that it will ruin your love life. It will. So make sure you get in a lot of fun before  you go in, or hold onto your man really tight because it really screws your life over, as in your love life."


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