Love Island 2021 is finally back on our screens tonight and I’m so ready for several weeks of love, drama – and yes, hot sex.
But I think the ITV2 show is going to have a lot of entertainment after the latest season of Too Hot To Handle.
And when I say entertainment, I mean it has to take the hot sex to extremes to keep up!
Love Island 2021 needs to increase intimacy
When you watch Netflix’s Too Hot To Handle, you know candidates have to forego close contact with their fellow stars.
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This means that all sexual contact from kissing to sex is completely forbidden and if they do something they risk losing money from the $ 100,000 prize pool.
The goal of the show is to encourage participants to form an emotional connection without being intimate.
Love Island has to compete with Too Hot To Handle
Love Island is just the opposite, however, and participants can be left out as much as they like.
But while the series has a clear edge when it comes to the intimacy aspect, Too Hot To Handle’s contestants so far haven’t been shy of risking some money just for getting a few hickey marks.
And it’s fair to say things got pretty hot.
Cam and Emily spent one night in the private suite struggling not to be intimate.
During one episode, Cam begged his male roommates to cover for him if he “exempted himself”, which eventually cost $ 2,000 from the price pot.
I think this year’s Love Island has to keep things hot if it is to compete with the Netflix dating show.
But I’m sure this year’s Too Hot To Handle series will definitely be fighting for its money.
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With the brand new mansion, a fresh batch of hot stars, and the first series since the pandemic broke out, I don’t think these candidates will hold back.
The summer of love can begin …
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