Love Island beauty Cassie Lansdell has revealed her Australian villa featured an outdoor shower with a secret peephole that allowed eagle-eyed contestants an eyeful of their fellow contestants.
The 30-year-old reality star first rose to stardom alongside Jessie Wynter during the second series of Love Island Australia back in 2018.
Since then, the blonde bombshell has gone on to launch her own website and OnlyFans account last year which has expanded her fanbase massively.
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Now, Cassie has exclusively spilled the beans on the main differences between her villa and the South African mansion as she continues to support her pal on the ITV2 dating show.
Sitting down with Daily Star, the reality star explained the second series Australian Love Island was filmed in a villa in the heart of Fiji.
She said: “Our villa was actually a lot smaller, I think they had built a new one for our season in Fiji and there was not a lot of places to kind of relax or have your own time.
“It was pretty much three rooms so we were all on top of each other a lot so it was really, really heated and really intense.”
She then compared her time on the show to the luxury South African mansion the current Islanders are living in.
Cassie went on: “I feel like in the UK one they have a lot more space to kind of like chat and then line a separate girls dressing room and boys dressing room.
“Whereas in mine everyone shared the same dressing room so it was a bit hectic.”
But that wasn’t the only bizarre feature in the Australian villa, as the OnlyFans star went on to reveal that the group had to share an outdoor shower which didn’t fully close.
She continued: “At the start I was like, ‘Oh this is a bit strange’. The shower actually was outside and there was a gap in the shower between the two panels, so if you’re in the middle, everyone can see you.
“So when the girls wanted to shower, we had to say to the guys, ‘Do you mind if we shower now?’ and make sure they’re not outside.
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“They would joke like, ‘Oh we can see you’ so that was a bit weird, but then literally within a few days everyone gets super comfortable and you just forget and start getting changed [in front of one another].
“It’s strange how quickly you adapt to living in that kind of environment,” the TV star added.
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