Love Island’s Jessie Wynter exposes secret room in the villa fans will never see

Love Island star Jessie Wynter has revealed some of the show’s biggest secrets – including a secret room in the villa that will never be seen on the show.

The 26-year-old influencer appeared on the winter series of the ITV2 dating show earlier this year where she found love with TikTok sensation and loving farmer Will Young.

Although the happy couple didn’t make it all the way through to the live finals, the pair have been going from strength to strength on the outside and are now looking to buy a house together.

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Now, in an exclusive interview with Daily Star, the blonde bombshell has exposed some of the dating show’s biggest secrets following her recent appearance on an episode of NipTuk with PrettyLittleThing.

She told us: “So we have a room in the villa that’s called the Zoom Room – I know that sounds weird – and that room is where you get to speak to a psychologist.

“So every single day we have a mental health check in and that option was there if there were any arguments so this is all for the mental wellbeing of the Islanders.

“But if you did have a heated argument and whatnot and someone did need a second to wind down, instead of being called to the Beach Hut you could go to the Zoom Room, which I think is extremely good for the mental health of the islanders.”

The Aussie beauty went on to add that producers would sometimes suggest to the Islanders to “get something off their chests” when tense scenes had unfolded.

Jessie went on: “There are producers within the villa, they kind of let us roam around there like they bring out our food so you talk to the producers quite often.

“For me it was in a friendly manner just to check in, sometimes they may suggest that you get something off your chest whether that be in the Zoom Room, the Beach Hut or actually going to have the discussion with people.

“But at the end of the day, you’re the one who’s in control of your own actions so all the decisions came down to the Islanders,” she argued.

The influencer went on to reveal that despite finding the love of her life on the ITV dating show, she didn’t stay in touch with many of her cast mates on the show because they “weren’t that close”.

The TV personality explained: “When I came out of Love Island Australia, the cast were my best friends, like I moved in with one of the girls and I'm still best friends with people from Love Island Australia.

“I found with the winter season that the friendships just weren’t as close. The friendships weren’t what I expected to be honest, I thought I was gonna go into Love Island and make best friends for life.

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“Fortunately, I found a partner for life but year, I was a little disappointed that we didn’t become best friends and whatnot but that’s just a part of life I guess. You go on for a relationship and that’s what I got.”

It comes after she popped down to the PrettyLittleThing show room last week and recorded an episode of NipTuk where she lifted the lid on some more show secrets.

Jessie opened up about her sexual experience on Love Island and exposed some of the things that went down off camera.

To listen to the episode, visit their podcast NipTuk.

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