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Well this is a twist…Love Island's Elma Pazar has let slip that she's dating fellow ex-contestant Callum McLeod only a few days after she's left the villa.

The 26-year-old eyelash technician was booted off the show last Tuesday, while 28-year-old aircraft engineer Callum was first to leave the Spanish villa.

The pair weren't in the house at the same time, but arrived at talkRADIO together before Elma's appearance on Drivetime with Dan Wootton.

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Elma was grilled by Dan and Lizzie Cundy about her love life, visibly coy when asked if she'd coupled up with Callum outside of the vila.

She said: "No. He's a very handsome boy, yes." When the 26-year-old was pressed on whether or not the pair had been on a date, she replied; "I don't want to talk about this.

"I've not snogged him no. I don't do kisses. Kisses lead to more and I'm not doing more." However, she did add: "Ain't he adorable?"


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The pair were spotted looking cosy while sharing a bottle of wine in London's Mayfair.

Elma can be seen throwing her head back with laughter as Callum smiled at her, and it's a damn cute snap if we do say so ourselves.

Elma had coupled up with 24-year-old Scot, Anton Danyluk, before she was voted out of the villa. She appears to have had her head turned by the handsome aircraft engineer, that's for sure.


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Just last week, the eyelash technician shocked viewers by admitting she had lied about her age to get on the show, saying she was 23 rather than 26. 

She confessed while appearing on the Love Island: Morning After podcast with Kem Cetinay and Arielle Free, saying she lied because she felt she wouldn't have been brought on the show otherwise.

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As we all know, Love Island doesn't air on Saturdays. We never really questioned why this happens, except that maybe the audience would be out living their lives on Saturday nights instead of staying in?

I mean, we'd still be game for watching it of course. Any day of the week.

However, it turns out the Islanders actually have a day off on Saturdays, without microphones. None of them are allowed to speak about the show at all, it's all about their home life so that nothing new happens off-screen. 

The intensities of the Majorcan villa are probably a lot to handle 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Islanders are handed a break from relaxing in order to relax, basically…? 

Former contestant Kem Cetinay revealed what happens during the Saturday break while appearing on This Morning. 

He told Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that the show's producers take them out of the villa/compound to the beach, which is fairly gas. It's like they're in summer camp.


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He said, "They get one day off a week. What happens is it gives them a day to clean the villa and you take your mics off and normally we go to the beach and we just chill out.

"Not a lot of people know this. What happens is when you take your mics off, you’re not allowed to talk about anything to do with the show. You’ve got to talk about home life," Kem continued.

"You’re being watched by the producers because they don’t want you to talk about what’s going on." Phillip Schofield was absolutely shooketh at this revelation.

Kem also mentioned that there are strict rules about what the islanders can discuss during their day off, which is pretty weird.


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"You can all sit and chat but they are quite careful about what you talk about because they want to keep it so everyone at home can see and get it on video," he explained. "It’s more a day off from all the intense games, all the intense dates, deciding who you like and don’t like."

Ex-Islander Chris Williamson previously said on his podcast: "Once a week we were allowed to leave the villa and weren’t filmed so none of the viewers would ever know.

"There was a day every week when footage wasn’t needed, which was liberating as you could talk about anything." It sounds a bit too like a cult, doesn't it? 

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