LOVE Island executive producer Mike Spencer has revealed why the show was largely scrapped at the end of the series.
Usually, when the season of a popular romance show ends, finalist Enjoy the wrap party.
But after the finals of this year’s Winter Series are over and the winning couples are rewarded, there will be no popping bottles or ruined dance moves.
“A villa is someone’s home – budget and things! It’s literally over as soon as the live final is over.
“It was a guest house and you could rent rooms, but I think that’s changed now.You can rent everything.”
The villa owner took it over two years ago and remodeled it.
The couple are both high-level triathletes and wanted to reflect their sports backgrounds.
And there’s a naughtier twist inside than ever before.
The Hideaway, called Hideaway Retreat, features an armoire “full of naughty stuff” that the producers call “good times.”
The charming space features its own plunge pool for islanders to spend one-on-one time in style.
The Suntrap is said to be perfect for ‘long hours’ due to its outdoor space.
A recent addition to the villa is a brand new treehouse with perfect views of the distant mountains.
The estate is spread over 25 acres in the nearby Wine Valley. Cape Town.
The mansion has 17 bedrooms, a treehouse and a T-shaped pool.
Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.
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