The Love Island 2017 couples take part in a brand new challenge tonight.
Camilla and Jonny volunteered to host the game, with Camilla relaying the rules: “We’ll read out the sex position. The couple that get into the sex position correctly first will get a point.
She continued, with visible horror appearing on her face as she realised what she was saying: “If none of you get the correct position then there will be no points. But we will show you how it should have been done.”
Of course, the rest of the islanders hatched a plan, as Jessica revealed: “We did have a slight conspiracy that we wanted Jonny and Camilla to have to demonstrate something.”
Sure enough, before long all the islanders were playing dumb on their sexual knowledge and Jonny and Camilla stepped forward to show them how it was done.
With the rest of the islanders’ applauding, Camilla later remarked in the Beach Hut: “I do try and generally operate on the rule of ‘lady in the streets, freak in the sheets.”
It had been a day of inhibition shedding for Camilla – in the first challenge of the day, a smoothie making challenge, the islanders had to create a smoothie by transferring pieces of fruit to their partner, using only their mouths. The partner then had to blend the fruit and return the mixture to their partner, again using their mouths, for their partner to transfer into the glass.
Camilla made her thoughts on the challenge clear: “Absolutely revolting.”
Later in the Beach Hut, she ran through her strategy throughout the challenge: “I was taking the food out of the blender and putting it into Jonny’s mouth so whenever he passed me the fruit it wasn’t bad because he couldn’t squirt anything in my mouth. Oh my Goodness.”
Marcel also impressed Gabby with his sex positions acumen, confessing to the Beach Hut: “She knows that she’s got a lot in store when we get to that point.”
But Gabby admitted she wasn’t that easily persuaded: “Yeah he’s slept with loads of people but it’s not about the size of the boat, it’s the motion in the ocean.”
Love Island 2017 airs tonight at 9PM on ITV2.