Love Island is set to be a summer sex-fest.
Bookies are tipping it to be the raunchiest series ever seen.
Ladbrokes is offering odds of 2/1 that contestants will have sex in the first week.
And it’s 10/1 that they will be romping within 24 hours.
Spokesman Alex Apati said: "By going on a show like Love Island, contestants have already shown they’re open-minded and perhaps more liberal, so we’re expecting this year’s batch to be no different when it comes to going all the way on TV."
Show bosses are braced for plenty of saucy antics in the telly villa because contestants haven’t been able to date over the past year.
Tough lockdown restrictions meant that for months Brits were banned from having sex with new partners.
But once they’re in the villa, contestant won’t have to worry about virus rules.
And former Love Island star Olivia Attwood is predicting that they will be keener than ever to have fun.
She said: “We’ve all been locked up and everyone is looking to blow off some steam.
“In general, this could be a really good summer to be single and enjoying yourself."
She added: “It’ll be good for the viewers if Love Island goes that way.
“The new series will be the perfect escapism from everything that is going on in the world at the moment and provide some light relief."
This year’s contestants will move into the villa next weekend, ahead of the first episode on ITV2 on June 28.
The line-up of sexy singletons is due to be revealed in the next few days.
It looks like it will be the most diverse bunch yet, as insiders say the group will include disabled and gay contestants.
Sources have already claimed the line-up will include model Aaron Francis and beauty queen Sharon Gaffka.
Laura Whitmore is set to return as host with her husband Iain Stirling also back to provide the voiceover for the seventh series.
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Paige Turley and Finn Tapp were crowned the winners of the first-ever Winter series in February 2020.
The lovebirds pipped Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman to the post in the nail-biting series six finale almost 16 months ago.
Love Island returns to ITV2 on Monday June 28 at 9pm
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