Are Love Island Stars Allowed To Smoke, Are They Given Condoms And How Many Drinks Can They Have? Rules Explained


LOVE Island is set to hit our screens very soon and to say we’re excited would be the understatement of the year!

Although it seems like an absolute breeze for the islanders, after all they get a free holiday in the sun, they do have to abide by a number of strict rules.

Rex Features Contestants aren’t allowed to drink spirits on the show

Are the islanders allowed to drink?

In short, yes they are, but they don’t get drunk.

Liana Isadora Van-Riel, who was on the 2016 show tells The Sun Online: “You’re allowed one or two drinks a night, either wine or beer, no spirits”.

She mentions on most nights people just drink one or just have a cup of tea.

However on a “big night” like eviction night they’ll typically have two.

INSTAGRAM Liana, now 22, was on the show back in 2016 and coupled up with Irish hunk Adam Maxted

Are they given condoms?

Yes they are, the Love Island producers are really strict on practising safe sex.

Liana says “there are loads of Love Island branded condoms”.

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The Islanders have also been offered STI tests before entering the villa to ensure they’re clean, and it’s reported that many islanders have taken up the offer.

They will also be offered counselling after sex if they want it.

Are they still allowed to smoke?

Following a huge wave of complaints surrounding the constant smoking in the villa, ITV producers have cracked down ahead of the fourth season.

There will be a smoking ban inside the villa, with those who wish to light up having to exit the villa and go to a designated smoking area.

Only one islander will be able to head to the smoking shelter at a time, in a bid to stop so many of the contestants taking up a smoking habit due to the social element.

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