Love Island contracts reveal who has been banned from the show after strict tests | The Sun

Love Island contracts reveal who has been banned from the show after strict tests | The Sun

LOVE Island contracts have revealed why someone would be BANNED from doing the show.

Those auditioning to star in the hit ITV2 series will be excluded if they "fail" strict tests.


The Sun can reveal those who suffer extreme nightmares and sleepwalking will not make it into the villa.

Contestants undergo a range of tests – including for drugs and psychological issues when applying for the show.

They must fill in a detailed questionnaire about their medical history and agree that their GP can give details of any health issues.

They will also be drug tested once in Majorca for the show to reveal any addiction to illegal substances.

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Medics also screen for prescription drugs to make sure they aren’t hiding any ailments from producers.

Islanders are also forced to reveal if they’ve ever had a sexually transmitted disease, an eating disorder – or even a dose of cold sores.

A source revealed: “Love Islanders are all vetted for drugs and have to submit to a test before entering the villa. 

“It’s part of the medical screening process and their fitness to participate. 

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“The show also writes to their GP and Love Islanders have to give consent for doctors to disclose any addictions and medical conditions that mean they shouldn’t take part.

“Included in this are things like severe sleepwalking or extreme nightmares – called night terrors.

“Conditions like sleepwalking mean they could put themselves or others in danger and someone with terrible nightmares would really disrupt the order of the villa.

“GPs are also asked to provide details of any medication they are on to make sure they have adequate supplies for the show if they are selected.

“The drug testing also lets bosses know if they have an addict on their hands or someone who is taking drugs for a condition the show doesn’t know about.”

The Sun has contacted a rep for Love Island.

Winter Love Island launches tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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