Love Island EXCLUSIVE: Molly Smith exposes DISGUSTING villa food secret

It's little surprise we didn't see this on TV

Molly Smith looks at the Love Island kitchen in a comped image

by Eden-Olivia Lord |
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The more we hear about what goes on inside the Love Island villa, the more we’re confused with the Islanders.

Just when we thought we’d heard it all about the All Stars series, Tom Clare and Molly Smith have exposed a disgusting unaired scene about the food.

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molly and tom have been spilling the tea ©ITV

Speaking exclusively to Closer Online, Molly explained, “Oh the toilets were disgusting.

“We tried to keep them separate - like boys use one toilet, the girls use the other – but the boys would never really listen to us.”

She went on, “There were quite a few ants in the kitchen because, if you didn’t clean it straight away after using it - which a lot of people didn’t, lots of ants would come swarming everywhere.

“You know that chocolate cake from our date, Gee [Georgia Steel] was going to give you a slice of the chocolate cake, but then she ended up making her own dessert, that got swarmed with ants.”


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molly and georgia in the villa together ©ITV

And it turns out that the kitchen wasn’t the only place where the wildlife decided to take over.

Tom added, “There were loads of frogs in the pool.”

No wonder the Islanders are rarely seen in the pool

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the girls wanted their own toilet in the villa ©ITV

This isn’t the first time an All Stars Islander has spoken out about dirt in the villa. Demi Jones spoke to us about the villa toilets and it still sounds horrific.

“The most disgusting thing about living in the villa was the toilet. It was the upstairs toilet – I remember we all came into the bedroom one night and everyone was shouting because someone had literally done a volcano in the toilet and everyone was going, 'How has it actually splattered up the walls?'

“And no one has admitted to it," she revealed.

Joe Garratt also revealed that Islanders were so close to each other that they were sharing loofahs in the shower.

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Eden-Olivia is the deputy editor of Closer Online and she’s worked in showbiz since 2016. She started watching Love Island in 2017 because of her job. However Montana Brown remaining unphased by absolutely everything kept her entertained and she’s watched every series since.

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