Love Island stars can be kicked out for breaching strict clothing rule

Love Island stars can be kicked out for breaching strict clothing rule

Love Island stars only have a couple of things they need to do to be considered great Islanders: couple up with someone hot and cause as much drama as possible.

But their time in the villa can be jeopardised if they break a strict rule about clothing, and this seems surprisingly easy to do.

According to the official Love Island rules set by ITV, Islanders are not allowed to wear anything with brands or logos on.

The show also reserves the right to ask contestants to remove any item of clothing, and they must comply or risk being kicked out the villa.


The rules state: "You shall not wear anything which is branded or have visible logos such as clothing, accessories or footwear (except as directed by us).

"If asked to do so by us, you shall immediately remove or change any item of clothing, accessory or footwear and our decision in this regard shall be final."

Channel bosses have lifted the lid on how Love Island is made by handing over paperwork to a parliamentary committee.

The Digital, Culture Media and Sport Select Committee met on Tuesday to probe reality TV shows following the suicide of Jeremy Kyle guest Steve Dymond.

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Love Island also found itself under scrutiny following the suicide of two contestants, Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon.

The documents include medical assessment forms Love Island contestants must fill out, which include permission slips for medical screenings.

Also included is a rule saying Islanders must consent to random drug testing during their time in the villa.

They have to undergo an "unannounced drugs test" before entering the villa and "if required by us during the filming period".


It means they have to submit to random testing at any point throughout the series.

There is a zero tolerance policy when to comes to drugs, and anyone found to be taking any illegal substances, including steroids, can be kicked out of the show.

They also have to be signed off by their GP to participate, and list if they've ever suffered from a mental illness or an STI.

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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