Love Island: Arabella reveals she’s in the ‘danger zone’ with Danny just HOURS afer coupling up

On Monday night, viewers saw Danny recouple with Arabella – meaning Yewande was dumped from the Love Island villa.

And following Yewande’s exit, the new couple shared their first kiss before getting steamy in bed.

Discussing her sexual frustration with her co-stars, Arabella vented: “When you’re in bed smooching but you can’t have sex, I feel like that is between a 6 and a 10 [in the danger zone]. When you pet someone, that is a 1. I feel like it’s building up.

“Last night, we were at a 6 and now I’m at an 8 and I’m thinking, I don’t want to get to that 10.”

Arabella has revealed her and Danny are in the ‘danger zone’

Discussing the matter further in the beach hut, the model exclaims: “The danger zone is about kissing and I feel like 1-5 is your classic in the day, having a little kiss.

“I feel like 5-10 is when you’re in bed, 10 being you’re in that danger zone and stuff could go down.”

The pair kiss moments after Yewande was dumped from the villa
The pair kissed moments after Yewande was dumped from the villa

Arabella called the move strange and say that Yewande feels threatened by her
Arabella explained what the ‘danger zone’ meant in the beach hut

Following Arabella’s revelations, Anton jokes: “Look guys I’m not going to lie, I can’t remember what it’s like to be past a 5, I got a tickle in the back and that was a 6 for me!”

Meanwhile, Yewande has revealed how Danny “broke her heart”.

Arabella Chi
Arabella Chi entered the villa late last week

Speaking to MailOnline and other publications, the ITV2 star revealed: “Danny broke my heart.

“It was hard for me to open up to him in there, and I fully trusted him. And he has just thrown that in my face.

“That really hurt. But I guess you live and you learn.”

Love Island continues at 9pm on ITV2.

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Written by Yaipoo


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