Chloe Crowhurst has urged the contestants on this year's series of "Love Island" to get "passionate" in the bedroom.
The 21-year-old blonde beauty was one of the villa babes on the 2017 run of the ITV2 reality show and saw couples Amber Davis and Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood get steamy with one another, but despite stars such as Montana Brown regretting her decision to have sex with ex-boyfriend Alex Beattie on television, Chloe has encouraged this year's hopefuls to make whatever decision "feels right".
She told The Sun Online: "Be yourself. That's my advice. Do what you feel is right. It's so intense in there and people are really passionate. People can get really passionate really quickly. But if it feels right then do it. I didn't have sex on there so I wouldn't know what the repercussions were like."
And work has already started on prepping this year's luxury villa in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar on the East of Mallorca, and after last year's successful series over 100,000 people applied to be part of the show and sources have claimed ITV bosses are looking to switch up the show by bringing back familiar faces in the hope to beat last year's record ratings.
An insider said: "They've got 45 people on standby - they can replace people or be brought in to mix things up, "Love Island" was all anyone talked about last year, so this series has got to top it the record number of applicants means they've got this huge pool of talent to use, there have been lots of meetings and ideas are being banded around to see what they could do to make this year more exciting.
"There has been talk of bringing back some of the old cast for double dates with the new stars. Given how popular most of the cast were in the last series, it could be an amazing move. And it would be really popular with fans."
Fans of the ITV2 show won't have to wait long to see the drama and romance unfold as the expected air date is June 4 with Caroline Flack coming back to host, and comedian Iain Sterling set to voice the sun-drenched action.