Love Island is suffering its worst sex drought in years as none of the couples have done it yet and there's just three weeks to go.

The show is known for keeping fans entertained with the saucy goings-on between the sheets, but this year there's been no sex at all.

We're currently in week five and viewers are still waiting for the stars to do more than just "bits".

In previous years, the first romp always happened within the first three weeks.

Megan Barton-Hanson and Eyal Booker were the first couple to do the deed last year when they jumped into bed together in week three.

In 2017, Jess Shears and Dom Lever became the first to have sex – doing it on week two.

Most couples tend to wait until they get into the hideaway to do the deed, but this year there's been a distinct lack of action in the saucy love nest.


Amy and Curtis were the first pair to go in, but they just cuddled.

It was then Maura's turn to go in with Tom – but they had fiery row on their way to the room and she refused to go in with him.

Molly-Mae had two dates in the Hideaway, one with Tommy and one with Curtis, but they just went in the hot tub and didn't spend the night.

Since getting together with Tommy, Molly-Mae has confirmed they've "done bits" but have yet to go all the way.

Amy also suggested she'd also "done bits" with Curtis, but they've split up now so there won't be any more bits done between these two.

However, the sex drought may not be all it seems as there's a chance the couples have been doing it, but their romps haven't been shown on-screen



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