Love Island fans shocked at state of the girls dressing room after ONE day in villa as Jess trips over piles of clothes – The Sun

LOVE Island fans have been left shook at the state of the girls dressing room after just several days.

The girls only moved in four days ago but viewers saw the bathroom and dressing rooms on Monday's episode, and were horrified by the way the girls in particular had left clothes strewn about the rooms.

"Dressing room is already a mess. Gross," said one fan, succinctly.

Another added: "Actually stresses me out so much how messy the dressing rooms on love island always are."

"Why is the lasses dressing room always a s**t tip? They’ve been there one day?!" asked a third.

On Monday's episode fans saw one of the twins fall over an abandoned suitcase which was sat in the middle of the dressing room.




But even with this year's villa five times the size of the summer villa – and the boys getting their own dressing room – the room, which the girls regularly spend hours in getting ready, still has open beauty products scattered around every surface and clothes on the floor.

Former islander Kem Cetinay previously revealed that islanders get a day off on Saturdays so that the villa can be cleaned, so there should be no excuse for the mess we regularly see.

Kem insisted it's essential for the smooth running of the ITV2 show, as a team of expert cleaners spritz the villa and contestants get time off from "playing the games" and "flirting" all day.

He explained: "What happens is it gives them a day to clean the whole villa … It's more a day off from all the intense games and dates, deciding who you like and don't like and flirting with girls of course."




He said: "Normally we go to the beach and we just chill out. There are no microphones.

"So what happens is, when you take the microphone off you're not allowed to talk about anything to do with the show or the couples, you have to talk about home-life and things. And you're being watched by an eagle hawk, by the producers because they don't want you to talk about what's going on."

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