Love Island 2019 host Caroline Flack has given fans a sneak peak at the villa – and revealed a secret "sexy" twist.
This Morning host Alison Hammond joined The Flack live from Mallorca to give viewers a look around the contestant's new home and divulge what bosses have banned her from doing.
Caroline explained that the hot tub had been moved from over by the pool to inside the Hideaway because nobody was using it.
When asked if she had any secrets, Cazza revealed another major new addition to the saucy bedroom that could provide more steamy scenes.
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She said: "In the Hideaway this year there's a secret compartment. But they have to find it."
Caroline confessed she didn't know for certain what was going to be inside, but believes it might be "some sexy treats".
It's not just the contestants that have to live by certain rules, as show bosses have banned Caroline from doing one thing when she enters the villa.
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The Love Island host said she has "never communicated" with the couples apart from what we see on-screen.
She said: "The Islanders don’t look happy when I walk in. I have to take it quite seriously. I’ve only got one chance to deliver the news
"It's really really hard for me to do that as I’ve been watching them like everyone else and I want to reach out to them. I can't even look them in the eye."
Caroline also hit out at critics of her famous slo-mo walk and insists it's not her decision.
"The secret about the slo-mo walk is I do it normally and then they slow it down for me," said Caroline.
The presenters insisted no one is "too big for love" and the siblings of the famous faces will have no problem finding romance in the villa.
Each series of Love Island throws up a lot of new phrases – and Caroline believes she already knows what everyone will be saying this summer.
"Bread crumbing," revealed the host, which mean leaving bits of bread for someone to lead them on.
She confessed: "I've been bread crumbed a few times. They bread crumb you and then they pie you off. They ghost you."
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