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Sophie Monk says new season of Love Island Australia is ”horniest yet”.

''This series is edgier, it's really full on.....and islanders have already forgotten there are cameras in the villa''.
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Sophie Monk has hinted that this year’s brand new season of Love Island Australia is the horniest series yet.

In a recent appearance on the Kyle and Jackie O show, Sophie dished on all the goss from the villa to Kyle and producer Sonja who stepped up to the mic in lieu of Jackie who was at home sick.

”This season is a lot looser because it’s not prime time, it’s digital this time which is the future,” Sophie boasted.

”It’s edgier, really full on….the producers just throw stuff at them, it really is unlike anything I have ever seen on TV before….”

According to Sophie, even though she was paid to say the show was good, ”she really meant it”.

”This season has lots of twists and turns, especially with all the bombs.”

When pressed on the amount of bombs enter the villa by Sonja, Sophie said viewers can expect things to heat up in the villa very quickly.

”The bombs come in quite early, like every day,” Sophie said.

As Sonja shared her love for the looks of this years islanders, Kyle seemed confused as to what Sophie meant by bomb.

”For those that don’t know the Love Island Lingo do you mean Putin is dropping a bomb, Kim Jong-un?,” Kyle joked, albeit distatefully.

These sexxed up singles are sure to make for some entertaining TV.

(Credit: Nine Network)

The villa in season four of the hit show is also leaving many viewers fantasizing about their very own trip to Mallorca, Spain.

”This is by far the best villa out of all the previous Love Island Australia seasons,”’ Sophie said.

”It’s huge, so big, so beautiful…..the islanders were really lucky this year”.

And whilst it remains to be seen how the season will play out, Sophie says viewers can expect some serious twists and turns.

”There’s a lot of differences this year, I can’t even confirm that Casa Amor will return”.

Kyle interrupted, joking that Casa Amor was a glorified ”rooting shed” before Sophie continued; ”All I can say is that you never know what is coming around the corner, and that our islanders have already forgotten cameras are there [in the villa]”.

Love Island Australia airs Monday – Thursday at 6pm on 9NOW.

This years villa is the best yet says Love Island Australia Host Sophie Monk.

(Credit: Nine Network)

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