LOVE Island’s sexiest task returns tonight, packed with naughty drama.
The famous pole dance challenge will determine which islanders perform the hottest moves.
The upgraded tasks include plenty of snorts, so not only will their bodies be trained, but the Love Island stars’ mouths as well.
One islander sniffs the 3 most sexually compatible people, the other hugs the islander most likely to turn around, and the third snorts the 3 islanders he chooses. A directional kiss, a fourth kiss on the cheek of an islander who is likely to be with you for a long time, a fifth hug by the nose of an islander you would connect with if your current partner wasn’t at the villa, In the sixth, you have to snort an islander whose clothes the other contestants are trying to strip.
There are nine Snugs in all, with newcomer Whitney Adebayo tasked with starting it all.
But that’s not all.
The antics of the day are followed by the sex positions game Ready, Sex, Go, adding extra heat to the fire pit gatherings.
When a sex position is announced, two couples compete to see who can perform that position first. The winner reads out the challenge and selects an islander to carry it out.
Expect fireworks from an action-packed episode as the new couple is put to the test.
In last night’s first look, the show’s strongest couple seemed headed for an altercation as Molly repeatedly snorted bombshell Zachariah and Mitchell was embarrassed.
Things hit a dead end when social media star Molly was asked to kiss the boy she felt most sexually strained outside of a couple.
Sparks begin to fly when a blonde beauty is spotted going straight to Zack, a young man in South London.
As their villa romance is put to the test, Mitch is left alone when the two meet again in a risqué game.
After being asked to “snog the islander you want to have the most intimate relationship with,” Zach tells Mitchell, “I’m sorry, brother,” and goes back to Molly.
Looking back on the night later, Mitchell wasn’t feeling very well.
“It all starts here,” he says.
The launch of Love Island has already partially consolidated its 1.8 million television audience.
ITVX had its best day in over two months on Monday, with 9.1 million streams throughout the day, up 109% year-over-year. The new series of Love Island made this the biggest driving force with a water flow of 1.7 meters.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX.
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