The Rules Of The Love Island V...

Movies & TV

The Rules Of The Love Island Villa

SPIN South West
SPIN South West

04:58 11 Jun 2019

Share this article

With the news of Sherif leaving the Villa for break Love Island's rules, we looked up what exactly you can and can't do when looking for love on national telly.

Sherif Has Left The Love Island Villa

Love Island is known for being strict with their rules, here are all the rules that can get you kicked out of the Love Island villa.

No Phones, books or magazines

It may seem obvious, but phones are banned in the villa. Anyone caught sneaking their own phone in would risk getting booted. Although we have to admit it would be quite entertaining if the Islanders were all Instagramming from the villa.

Producers have also banned books and magazines.

No discriminating against staff

Islanders are to be nice to all staff and crew working on the set. Anyone who does otherwise could end up getting the boot.

That's a fair call.

Don't take your mic off

If you were trying to talk to other contestants in private, you might consider taking your mic pack off - but this is a serious no-no.

Repeat offenders could get them axed. We need to hear every conversation in the villa! We haven't seen much of Sherif''s time in the villa, maybe because he kept taking off the mic pack.

No getting drunk

Each night, contestants are given two drinks per night to enjoy with the other islanders.

But if someone goes a little over the edge and ends up wasted, the other contestants must NOT have sex with them.

Former contestant Liana Isadora Van-Riel, previously said;

"You're allowed one or two drinks a night, either wine or beer, no spirits".

She also revealed most nights people just drink one or have a cup of tea, but on a "big night" contestants will typically have two drinks.

No inappropriate language or behaviour

This seems to be quite a wide-ranging rule which could cover anything from racist slurs to homophobia and even aggressive language.

Inappropriate behaviour is also very broad and would ban issues such as sexual harassment and physical violence.

Sherif left the villa today citing 'poor judgement' as the cause. Many think he brought an outside phone into the villa.

In a case of poor judgement, I broke the villa rules and as a result agreed with the producers that it was best for me to leave the villa. I regret that I didn’t conduct myself in the right way and, as a 20 year old guy, it’s something I know I will take on board and learn from. I really enjoyed my time in the villa and look forward to catching up with everyone on the outside.”


No masturbating

Islanders are allowed to get frisky whenever they wish, but it must be with a partner as no solo sex acts are permitted in the villa.

No nudity

Contestants are not allowed to be totally naked in front of any of the other islanders - ever. Which makes sense as there are cameras all over the villa.

Islanders can't even be nude in the bathroom.

If you think you can hack these rules then you can apply to be in the villa here.





This content is brought to you by Eternal Beauty Salons.

eternal beauty

Share this article

Read more about

Love Island