Why is the hot tub turned off in Love Island?

Curtis Pritchard and Molly Mae in the hot tub in Love Island

Curtis is picked by Molly-Mae for some hot tub alone time (Picture: ITV)

Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart became the first couple to spend a night in the Hideaway this series.

It played host to Molly-Maes two dates when she first entered the villa – one being with Tommy Fury, who shes still coupled up with now, and the other being with Curtis.

But other than their visits, its been fairly underused in season five of the ITV2 show.

Back when Amy and Curtis made use of the Hideaway and got close in the Jacuzzi, many viewers were more concerned over why the hot tub wasnt being used to its full potential.

Tonight, given the Hideaway is back in action as Molly-Mae and Tommy spend their first night in the romantic setting, weve decided to put your mins at rest.

Why is the hot tub turned off on Love Island?



Love Island bosses revealed that they had chosen to move the Jacuzzi into the sanctuary instead of the main villa this series, hoping that it will see the hot tub receive more action.

Some fans have since noticed that the bubbles arent actually turned on when the Islanders are sat in it, and they have been left wondering why.

During a recent episode Iain Stirling commented that the Jacuzzi is turned off because of health and safety safety reasons.

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While Curtis and Amy were enjoying each others company in the water, the narrator said: In the hideaway, Amy is turned on, Curtis is turned on, the hot tub is turned off for health and safety reasons.

This suggests that the concern is that the bubbles could cause electrocution if they interact with the microphones that the Islanders wear while they are on the show, but if that was a concern then it is more likely that the couple wouldnt beRead More – Source