Emma-Jane Woodham puts on a VERY busty display in a tight strapless dress as she enjoys a date night with Terry Walsh in Manchester

They caused controversy with their TV romp on Love Island this summer.

But Emma-Jane Woodham, 19, and Terry Walsh, 28, proved they've put the drama behind them as they put on a loved-up display while heading into Manchester's Tattu restaurant on Thursday night.

The couple walked hand-in-hand as they enjoyed a date night at the Couture Club fashion party, but it was Emma who stole the show in a eye-poppingly busty outfit.

The reality star's long brunette locks were styled loosely tousled waves, as she kept her make-up simple for the occasion.

Emma Jane's boyfriend of three months showed off his tattooed neck as he opted for a laid-back yet stylish look in a black t-shirt and trousers combo, topped with a brown suede biker jacket.
The pair later joined forces with fellow Love Island alumni Kady McDermott and her partner Scott Thomas.

Emma shared a sweet snap of the foursome with the caption: 'Double date heaven with these hunnies @terry_walsh2 @kadymcdermott @scottyspecial.' (sic)

The couple were at the centre of controversy after clips of the pair having sex in the group’s communal bedroom on the ITV2 show aired just minutes after watershed.

The pair were seen kissing in bed together before Emma, a project manager, straddled carpenter Terry, and viewers then saw brief close-ups of her back while they made love.
After investigating the scenes following a string of complaints from viewers, Ofcom eventually ruled the clips did not breach its rules.

Sex had been featured on the show before – and on other reality programmes – but this was believed to be the first time it was shown in full view of the cameras rather than under bed covers.

In its ruling on Love Island, Ofcom said broadcasters which showed ‘real sex’ should exercise caution as it could cause more offence than lovemaking in a film or TV drama.

But it concluded that ITV2 had not breached its rules.
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The broadcaster claimed the show was aimed at a young adult audience and that it regularly featured sexual activity, meaning viewers should have known what to expect.

The latest series alone included more than 30 similar incidents of couples engaging in sexual activity although the aired scenes were ‘relatively inexplicit’, ITV2 said in its response to Ofcom.

The scenes between the duo were edited and ‘carefully avoided any shot being overly explicit, and there is relatively little sound included of Emma and Terry’s lovemaking,’ the broadcaster added.

Emma wore a slip throughout so there was no full nudity shown and the sequence was set to the Toreador Song from the opera Carmen ‘for deliberate comic effect’, the channel said.
On-screen lovers: The pair were seen kissing in bed together before Emma straddled carpenter Terry, and viewers then saw brief close-ups of her back while they made love

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