Love Islands Jess and Eve were banned from wearing thong bikinis by ITV bosses

Love Islands Jess and Eve were banned from wearing thong bikinis by ITV bosses

Love Island stars Jess and Eve Gale admitted to being banned from wearing certain bikinis while on the show.

The stunning twins both starred in the winter series of Love Island in 2020 and chatted exclusively to the Daily Star about their time on the dating show.

During a Facebook Live interview with the Daily Star, the girls confessed to having some rather racy bikinis which were not allowed to be worn on camera.

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Eve said: "I had that thong bikini that I wasn't allowed to wear and you weren't allowed to wear that Ann Summers one," as she looked at her sister.

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She continued: "I had a bikini and it was the real thong one like the Oh Polly ones, it wasn't nude, but it was thong."

Jess added: "I was wearing an Ann Summers one and because it's a family TV show they were like this is inappropriate."

Eve then interjected: "Yeah, I had to change it to a tiny bit thicker."

The twins also spoke about what goes on after the Love Island cast are booted off from the show.

When asked what happens when islanders leave the villa, Eve explained: “We both had different experiences. Jess left during the final night, so she could leave with everyone at the end of the show […] with me, I did the walkout and then went straight into a room with the producers who debriefed because it was so intense.

“They actually let me sneak back in and see Jess for one last time, I was literally crying. I was a mess.”

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Eve had to quarantine without her phone in South Africa, where the Winter season took place, after she was kicked out of the villa.

She was given her "own villa” which was “really nice” and was able to reach support from psychiatrists.

When Eve could “eventually” go home, she flew back and was only then given her phone as she landed at the airport.

The Winter Love Island contestant said that she was “losing her mind” without her phone on the long journey back, and was soon sent out to the villa again for the family and friends' visit.

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