Things got steamy under the sheets between Love Island Australia star Margarita Smith, 26, and Blake Williamson, 28, on Thursday.
After the lights went out in the Fiji villa’s bedroom, Margarita removed her G-string and as they both said they were ‘really horny’.
‘You feel so good,’ Margarita was heard saying after the pair were filmed kissing passionately and moving under the bed-linen.
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Love Island Australia aired a ‘sex scene’ on Thursday night as Margarita Smith (right) removed her underwear in bed and praised Blake Williamson’s (left) manhood
Salt N Pepa track ‘Let’s Talk About Sex Baby’ played over the footage, as Margarita cheekily whispered: ‘I’m lying here in a G-string in front of the guy I met yesterday.’
The scene showed the couple getting close to one another while their co-stars slept in beds just metres away.
While it wasn’t clear what exactly happened, Margarita told Anna and Cartier the next day: ‘It was really nice to be honest with you. We had sex. It was lit.’
Pucker up! After the lights went out in the Fiji villa’s bedroom, Margarita removed her G-string and as they both said they were ‘really horny’ (Pictured: Blake and Margarita)
‘He’s bottom heavy’: When asked what she was ‘working with’, Margarita appeared to boast about the size of Blake’s (above) manhood
However, she quickly said she was joking, but insisted they did ‘touch everywhere’.
‘I took off my pants, I turned to the side… I was going to take off the top too.
Maragarita then boasted about Blake’s manhood: ‘He’s bottom heavy, not top heavy. I’m going to put that out there – It’s next level.’
Saucy: Adam Farrugia (above) said that contestants rarely batted an eyelid when they heard noises coming from other people’s beds
On Friday, after being eliminated, Adam Farrugia revealed what really happens in the Fijian villa’s shared bedroom when the lights go out.
The plasterer, 27, told Daily Mail Australia that it was expected for couples ‘to get down to it’ without judgement or reactions from their peers.
Adam said that contestants rarely batted an eyelid when they heard noises coming from other people’s beds.
‘No one really reacts, you’re in a room with six couples. If people are going to get down to it then, you know, they’re going to do it,’ he said.
However, he said this year’s season has been relatively ‘tame’ compared to 2018.
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