I was on Love Island and we were given a MASSIVE clue that there would be a dumping HOURS before firepit text | The Sun

LOVE Island 2021 star Chloe Burrows has revealed how Islanders worked out there would be a dumping HOURS before getting the dreaded firepit text.

The 26-year-old says producers would make a change to the set when something big was about to happen.

Speaking on Love Island: The Morning After podcast, host and former winner Kem Cetinay said: "That first moment when you walk in, you feel like you're in the Big Brother house or something. I was like, 'why are there lenses everywhere?' I was freaking out, I didn't like it."

Chloe agreed, adding: "There was this massive camera that was on a tractor and you knew something bad was going to come after you saw the tractor."

Kem added: "Yes! When the rig would move you'd know something's going down tonight.

"They'd turn the engine on and you'd be like 'stop driving it, you mug'."


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Chloe, 26, and Toby, 23, finished in second place on Love Island last year after a tumultuous relationship in the Spanish villa.

The pair lost out to Millie and Liam who are also still together now.

Chloe recently revealed a massive show twist that was never aired after the boys returned from Casa Amor.

The episode saw Chloe cracking on with bombshell Dale Mehmet after discovering Toby had spent time with Mary Bedford.

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When the semi-professional footballer returned to the villa, he saw his love interest cracking on – and words broke out between the pair.

Now, Chloe has claimed that she and Toby had chats away from the screens that producers never aired – and instead kept them apart.

She explained that it was likely they were kept apart to prevent more drama from happening as the villa exploded.

"There's so much you didn't see," she told fans on Elle Brooke's Saving Grace podcast. "Like me and Toby got back together that night.

"There was so much drama that night, the producers hadn't even clocked that Toby and I had had this conversation."

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After discovering what had been talked about, producers stepped in and told her: "Shall we not talk about that any more?"

"I don't know if I'm allowed to say this, but every time Toby came near me he's get pulled to the beach hut," she added.

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