Love Island's Eve Gale has dished the dirt on this year's least sexiest villa yet - including the girls' reaction to the strange rule from show producers.

The blonde bombshell, who was an original star of Winter Love Island, has opened up to Mirror Online about series six being the least horniest yet after she was first to be dumped from the show.

Eve, who is a twin to Jess, revealed that fellow Islanders weren't having sex in the villa and exposed what really goes on behind-the-scenes.

The 20-year-old club hostess has admitted the girls found it super awkward when show producers told them about the strange "no-w**king rule".

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Eve revealed that fellow Islanders weren't having sex in the villa
She said it was 'awkward' when the girls were told about the no-w**king rule

In response to the grim rule, Eve revealed: "Personally I don't think any of the girls did, or none of the girls admitted to it. In fact, we were all talking about how it's so awkward how they said at the beginning you can, but just make sure it's not in front of anyone - because that's like breaching privacy rules."

"I don't know if the boys did. I feel like that would have been a conversation amongst the boys that I would have not been included in," she joked.

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The reality star-turned-influencer said there was no sexual tension between the Islanders.

Discussing if any of the couples had slept together, Eve told us it was "quite early days" when she was in the villa, and that no-one was interested in sex at that point.

She told us: "When I was in there it was like quite early days still. So none of the couples were really like that and I feel like everyone was just so new to it and still getting used to sleeping in bed with everyone."

But it seems things have changed since Eve's stint in the villa, as former co-star Shaughna Phillips told the remaining girls she has "done bits" with Callum Jones on the show during Tuesday night's episode.

However even if they did want too, Eve said they didn't get a chance to hide from cameras to get steamy under the covers.

She said: "We didn't really get a chance to do anything like that. Once me and my sister were under a duvet, literally just whispering, and you get told, 'Girls we can hear you' - that kind of thing.

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"So there's no time - you can't get away with anything like that even if you tried."

But Eve confessed her co-stars would probably try it "under the covers" if they could get away with it.

Speaking about getting into trouble by producers, the twin confessed no one did "anything naughty or bad" in the villa.

They did get a telling-off for certain little things, including taking mics off and hiding under the covers.

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Eve admitted she had forgotten to put her microphone back on after an outfit change and was instantly asked to put it back on, revealing that the voice in the bedroom insisted she wore it.

She shared: "If you're doing anything and you've not got your mic on or if you're doing something you shouldn't, you'll be told [off] by the voice above - you'll be kept in line by that voice."

The gruelling schedule means the Islanders have 24/7 around the clock surveillance with microphones - even on their days off.

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"There's not really any kind of strict schedule, some days we have off and you'll get time to chill. Obviously we're all still on mics but there's not really any kind of content happening - so we're all chilling out and that's quite nice," Eve explained.

She thinks it's important that everything is monitored on the show, and confessed you never have the chance to say anything you shouldn't because of that rule.

Eve said: "I think [mics should be worn] because if you get upset and someone's said this to you - there's no proof if they did or not. And just so no-one can be really nasty. You can't have anyone game playing and formulating plans, that's probably the reason why."

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Since watching back after being kicked out of the South African villa, Eve says: "I feel like you see a lot of the relationship talk on the show. But when you're in there for 24 hours obviously we talk about all sorts. Most of our talks aren't even about any of that, we just talk about life.

"I know so much about everyone's families, everyone's past. You just talk about everything to be honest."

Eve continued: "My mum and dad were like, 'Did you all get along?' and all of that - and I was like, 'Oh my god, of course I did! they're like my bestfriends. But obviously you don't get to see all of that stuff, it's not shown."

She said it doesn't show how close everyone really is as producers don't show those parts.

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On the party scenes, Eve said: "It's not really like a nightclub. You all get a drink, but it's just kind of like holiday vibes because you've all got each other so it makes it more exciting and everyone's kind of all dressed up.

"It's definitely not like a party party - it's more chilled."

Asked who she thinks is playing a game, Eve admitted: "I don't think anyone in there is playing a really strategic game, if I had to say anyone - I'd say did Demi go for Nas just because she knows that Nas is so loved and popular? But then again they do really get along. I guess time will tell really."

*Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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