The Love Island contestants often share their secret fetishes on TV, and for two years running, some lads have expressed their love of feet.
2020 winner Finley Tapp admitted his foot fetish less than 24-hours into the villa – and this year, lookalike hunk Jake Cornish did the same.
While many viewers questioned their bedroom antics, Finn's girlfriend and fellow Love Island 2020 winner Paige Turley has praised both men for their admission.
Paige told Daily Star: "One of my favourite parts of Love Island this series was Jake videoing Kaz and Toby when he sucked her toes, I was cracking up.
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"Finn did say that he likes feet when he went in too – I think both Jake and Finn are brave to come out on national television to say they like feet."
When Finn made his admission last year, Paige was shocked, after the hunk admitted it was the "icing on the cake" if a girl has nice feet.
It came after he said that one of his sexual turn-ons was that he had a foot fetish and wanted to have it out in the open immediately – and it seems this year, Jake agreed.
However, fans were left particularly mortified after Jake chose to film Toby sucking Kaz's toe in a game of dares with the fellow islanders – but it certainly had last year's winner laughing.
After winning the show last year, Paige and Finn settled on a long-distance relationship for mere weeks before the national lockdown was announced.
They soon moved into Paige's family home in Scotland before getting their own property in Manchester – halfway between their family homes.
Paige said: "It's nice now that we can go on first dates again, we kind of did it all in reverse. We had the lazy days and pyjamas and seeing you at your worst in the beginning.
"Finn and I always say we can't believe our series was a year and a half ago and we've been living in Manchester for a year. I don't know where the time has gone."
Paige and Finn were the first winners of winter Love Island, which was the only series able to go ahead in 2020 after the summer version of the show was cancelled due to Covid-19.
The 2021 series will end a little later than usual, with the show starting at the end of June, rather than the beginning of the month, as it normally would.
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Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.
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