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Yewande Biala has revealed new Love Island contestants are all constipated during their first week as they're "nervous" about going to the toilet.
The 26 year old, who recently said she corrected Lucie Donlan "multiple times" on her name amid their feud, opened up about the seventh series of the hit ITV dating show while speaking to Will Njobvu on Capital XTRA on Wednesday 30 June.
When asked to recall what her first few days were like when she went into the Majorcan villa back in 2019, the raven haired beauty couldn't help but recall how desperately she wanted to leave.
"So this is the first week, you know what it’s like to be there, it’s like the first week of school.
"What’s going through their minds right now? How are all these islanders feeling in their first week?" Will asked her, to which she swiftly replied: "Get me out of here."
The reality star then explained how uncomfortable it is to be in a position where she didn't like anyone in a romantic way and said the contestants all joked that the programme should've been called Friendship Island instead.
Yewande, who recently detailed how she was nearly kidnapped during a Tinder date, said: "I’ve seen it, it’s been two days and nobody likes anyone and it’s like that, you get in and you don’t like anyone and you're just like, what am I actually doing here?
"I remember the first week we were going around saying, 'This is Friendship Island' because nobody fancied anybody, we didn’t know why we were here."
She then spoke on their lack of bathroom habits as she added: "We couldn’t even go to the toilet, everyone was constipated and just nervous about going to the toilet because we were all just so shy."
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When questioned further by Will on whether they went to the toilet at all during the first seven days, she continued: "No! We all couldn’t! Oh my god it was an absolute disaster.
"We didn’t have to hold it…it just didn’t come. No one was holding it, we were all drinking tea."
She continued: "We didn’t understand why, but it was so funny the realisation, I think it was Anna who asked me first three days in, she was like, 'Babe, have you been to the toilet?' and I was like '…Now that you ask… No!' and then it became this huge conversation about how no one had been able to go to the toilet!"
Tune into Will Njobvu on Capital XTRA Saturdays from 9am – 1pm and Sundays 4pm – 7pm.
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