Love Islands Anna Vakili shares serious villa rules including strict curfews

Anna Vakili has revealed a string of juicy Love Island secrets from her time in the villa – including how producers would come in and tell off the Islanders for staying up too late at night.

Stunning babe Anna competed on the ITV2 dating show back in 2019 alongside her fellow stars like Molly-Mae Hague and Amber Gill, and it turns out the beach-ready stars had some rather strict rules to abide by.

Apparently it wasn't just the small challenge of getting to know the other sexy singletons in the hopes of finding The One that kept Islanders busy on the show, because at times you had to ask producers if you wanted to dash to the toilet – as shocking as that might be.

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Speaking to Daily Star during an exclusive Facebook Live chat, Anna explained that she and her fellow Islanders essentially had curfews at night, and if they stayed up too late, producers would come in and give them a stern telling off.

Anna explained: "The producers wait until you fall asleep… If you're being naughty, they come in and [say] 'go to sleep now'."

When asked if Anna or her fellow cast mates could try and sneak off to "do bits" with their partners in secret, Anna said that there was no way they could have gotten away with it.

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She said: "No way. Oh my god, you could just about go to the toilet – you have to ask if you can go to the toilet. It's serious."

The beauty explained that although you didn't have to ask during the night, you would have to check with producers if it was okay to use the bathroom during filming.

She said: "It's always intense. Especially at night when you're outside and you're having your chats like going to the toilet… it's like, you have to check if it's okay.

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"Sometimes it's like that. Sometimes they're like 'hold it'.

"You can't just like run around that villa and do whatever you want. It doesn't work like that.

"It's like we all have to be outside during the day, outside at night. You might get away with going in quickly and if they see you're having a chat they might let you off."

Love Island continues at 9pm tonight on ITV2 and ITV Hub.

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