Chris, 26, and his Love Island co-star, Kem Cetinay, 23, cooked up a storm curing their time in the villa, winning over fans with their infamous bromance.The contestants this year will be hoping to follow in the same light as the chart-topping islanders, with viewers of the ITV reality show backing Tommy Fury, 20, and Curtis Pritchard, 23, to strike up a bromance this series.During their time in the villa, the contestants are believed to have no contact with the outside world, with the only glimmer of communication coming from their families later in the series as the final approaches.Speaking of their time in the villa, Kem and Chris have confirmed the cast members are given very little knowledge on topics such as sports results or even current affairs during their time on the show.Ahead of the fifth series, Chris spoke exclusively to and revealed: “They want to keep everything natural. You don’t want the outside factors affecting what’s going on inside the villa.“It’s a very intense environment,” the former islander added, with Kem saying: “I remember I used to ask for the football scores.“They wouldn’t even tell me the football scores,” Kem continued, before going on to explain: “When your parents come in, they’re fully briefed not to tell you anything.Although the boys have gone their separate ways from the girls they were coupled up with during their time in the villa, they both admitted they wouldn’t want to return as contestants on the show.Asked if they think anyone from the past four series would make a comeback, Kem opined: “I think you should always keep it that year with the people and change it because it works that way.“If you start to get other people involved from other series in the new series… it’s nice to have people very vulnerable to the experience.”Chris added: “It just wouldn’t be the same,” with Kem going on to explain the disadvantage late arrivals have when they enter the villa.“I think when Mike and Sam came in again during our year, they’d already seen everything from the outside.“You’re not as involved in what’s going on in the villa,” Kem continued, and this series has already seen a number of new arrivals already cause a stir with their fellow cast members.In a launch show twist, Tommy and Curtis entered the villa hours after the initial five boys and girls had already coupled up.However, Tommy’s decision ruffled a few feathers as he chose to couple up with surfer Lucie Donlan, 21, who was already coupled up with Joe Garratt.On the other hand, Curtis’ decision was a bit more low key, choosing to couple up with flight attendant Amy Hart, 27, who had failed to hit it off with her original partner Anton Danyluk, 24.Although Anton wasn’t too fazed about the decision, Curtis’ choice led fans of the show to place their bets on the gym owner to be the first male contestant to be dumped this year.After the re-coupling, Anton’s chances of being sent packing stood at 8/11, with female cast member Yewande Biala on evens odds at being the first girl to walk out of the villa alone.“Anton was left on his own after Curtis chose to recouple with Amy on last night’s episode and that decision has left the Scottish gym-owner in a sweat,” Betway’s Alan Alger said after Tuesday night’s dramatic episode.Of the strong front-runners, Alan added: “Despite being chosen by Tommy last night, Lucie still heads the betting to be the winning girl at 7/4, with her former partner Joe the leading boy at 2/1.”However, Lucie’s arrival in the villa didn’t go down too well with viewers as the islander said she was going to bring several new phrases to the ever-growing Love Island dictionary.Love Island 2019 continues tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV.

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