Love Island‘s back really soon and, understandably, people are pretty excited.
They’re excited for the people, for the romances, for the inevitable awkward heavy petting that will occur. It’ll be great.
One thing that the contestants won’t be excited for though (probably) is the villa’s rule about alcohol – essentially meaning that those staying there are only permitted one drink per night.
Yeah, one drink lads. Where would you be going?
According to last year’s contestant, Tyla Carr, contestants only got one drink a night… or two drinks if something big was going to happen.
She told The Sun:
“There’s one drink a night. And you know something’s happening because you’re allowed an extra drink.
“You know when something’s about to go down.”
That’d want to be one nice drink.
And, in fairness, we can see why producers wouldn’t want to have alcohol too freely flowing in the villa either.
Love Island is, after all, supposed to be all about love and understanding and good clean fun – nothing that you would ever need a bit of drink in you for anyway.
As well as this, on the show this year it’s thought that contestants won’t be allowed to smoke on camera due to the number of complaints the show received last year.
We guess they’re going to have to make their own fun with each other instead.