Things heated up between them when they escaped to the bathroom to enjoy a snog during Monday night’s episode of Love Island.
But ITV2 viewers can expect Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart’s relationship to hit the next level when they become the first couple to spend the night in The Hideaway during Tuesday’s episode.
Ballroom dancer Curtis, 23, and 26 year old air hostess Amy will head to The Hideaway after their fellow islanders are given to option to give one couple a private night in.
In a preview for Tuesday night’s episode, boxer Tommy Fury is heard telling his castmates: “The Hideaway is open tonight, please choose a lucky couple to spend a night alone.”
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Curtis and Amy are then seen smooching in the hot tub before getting into bed, with AJ Pritchard’s brother throwing the cover over them.
The loved up pair will be the first couple to spend a night in The Hideaway, although viewers got a preview of it when Molly-Mae Hague entered the villa.
Molly-Mae went on dates with Curtis and Tommy in The Hideaway’s hot tub when she made her bombshell arrival to the villa last week.
The Hideaway has had a revamp for the fifth series of the hit dating show — hosted by Caroline Flack — with bosses sexing up the show by moving the hot tub from the outdoor decking to the private area.
Love Island boss Richard Cowles told The Sun ahead of the series starting: “The hot tub has moved.
“The hot tub is now in The Hideaway – it wasn’t getting enough use.
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“Now islanders will be able to go on dates to The Hideaway and have a night in the hot tub.”
But it is believed that the show may axe sex scenes from The Hideaway — the area of the villa that couples typically save their romping for.
A source told Daily Star: “The producers have decided to focus on the romances rather than all the sex for now. They want it to be about entertainment, not romps.
“Love Island has become infamous for its contestants having sex on camera, but that's not what producers want people to focus on.”
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