Love Island 2019 may not feature any sex as more stars vow not to romp on TV

Love Island 2019 may end up being the first series in years not to feature any sex as more stars have vowed not to romp on TV.

The villa is packed with night vision cameras to catch all the couple's naughty bedroom antics on film.

It's become a big part of the show in recent years, but it looks like the thought of having sex on TV is losing its appeal.

Last year's winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham decided against romping in the villa, now many of this year's contestants have already promised not to do the deed onscreen.

Curtis Pritchard brother of Strictly star AJ, has made it clear he is totally against the idea of having sex on TV.

He told the Mirror: "I won't be having sex.

"It's a private matter which should be kept behind closed doors, not for the world to see."

His promise was echoed by co-star Amber Gill, who said she will also be abstaining.

She told us: "I won’t [be having sex on TV].

"And I don’t think I would change that because once I say something I’m quite stubborn about it.”

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Tonight, fellow star Anton Danyluk also said he is going to try to avoid romping on camera.

He told the Mail Online : "I’m really going to try not to because of the kids [watching] thing like I said.

"But I’m Italian and I’ve got a lot of hormones in my body… So these things can happen, but I’m going to try not to."

Love Island 2019 returns on Monday June 3 at 9pm on ITV2

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