Greg O’Shea Reveals Another Love Island Secret During Instagram Q&A

Basically, there's no hiding in that villa!

 

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After last year’s hiatus, Love Island is set to go ahead this summer and we couldn’t be more excited. According to reports, ITV bosses are determined to set sail for Majorca, flying over a bigger operation this year that includes all the cast, crew and potential bombshells so that everyone is in self-isolation and tested ahead of the show.

Following that exciting news, Laura Whitmore also confirmed that she’d come back for the presenting gig and now, in preparation to spend our summer glued to the TV, Greg O’Shea has dished another secret about the villa and yeah, there’s not much privacy there.

As we all know, the show follows the contestants as they wander around the villa, into the bathroom, into bed and even, while things get steamy in the Hideaway, but did you know there’s also cameras in the toilet?

Because according to Greg, they even watch you when you’re doing your er – bits and pieces.

Speaking on his Stories and in response to a question asking for an unknown fact about Love Island, the 26-year-old said:

“There’s cameras in the toilet. You are being watched while… you know…”

Greg won the 2019 season of the show alongside Amber Rose Gill. Coming in as a bombshell towards the latter half of the competition, Greg swooned Amber and the hearts of the audience when he brought some Irish charm to the show.

The pair then dated following the show for five weeks, taking a trip to Ireland during that time and visiting the luxurious Adare Castle not far from Greg’s home in Limerick.

 

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As for the pair’s breakup, well there’s lots of speculation there on how things ended, but what we know for sure is that they haven’t rekindled the flame since. Both Amber and Greg are also not currently dating anyone publicly.

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