Love Island’s Arabella Chi unveils grim behind-the-scene details of ITV2 show

Love Island babe Arabella Chi has opened up about living 24/7 in the Love Island villa – explaining that she was even filming using the toilet during her time on the show.

The brunette beauty, who has teamed up with Boux Sport to front their new campaign, says that even though it's initially awkward she soon got used to being watched around the clock.

Chatting exclusively to Daily Star Online as the new collection dropped on BouxAvenue.com , Arabella said: "There is literally nowhere without a camera in the villa.

"There are cameras watching you when you are on the toilet but they are cameras not for the public to see.

"They are just cameras which are just to make sure you are ok."

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When asked if she didn't find it awkward trying to go to the toilet as digital eyes record her every move, Arabella added: "Ah I mean, you get recorded doing everything, you just get used to it.

"It's only been six month but it seems such a long time ago.

"It seems like so much has happened in such a short space of time."

Unlike rival shows like Ex On The Beach, most series of Love Island sees contestants keep their raunchy antics to the bedroom or in the private hideaway.

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But rather than being told to keep their behaviour family friendly by bosses, Arabella says it's simply down to respect for the fans.

Speaking frankly, Arabella said: "We are not told to keep it [sexual antics] to the bedroom or what do to or not to do.

"The thing is we are all adults we kind of know the rules.

"You have to respect that you are on a TV show which is watched by families."

Opening up about the new Boux Sport collection which boasts a range of bright and colourful active wear, Arabella said: "So many times I've been to the gym and I've seen people having to pull their trousers up, we've all been there but honestly this new collection doesn't do that at all which is amazing.

"The bras are super supportive as well.

"The thing is I feel like gym wear has become fashion nowadays.

"So many people go to the gym and they want to look good when they work out.

"The look is just as important as the performance. For me it has got everything. My favourite its the blue set and I've never seen anything like that before."

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