Love Island’s Jess Shears and Dom Lever have boasted of their wild “50 Shades-style” sex sessions since being reunited outside the villa.
The red-hot couple lifted the lid on their showdown over the cheating rumours between Jess and “Muggy” Mike Thalassitis, including the heated moment Dom faced up to Mike in private.
And the pair exclusively revealed how they are back on track and planning the first Love Island wedding – even also talking babies.
Jess says: “We’ve not been able to keep our hands off each other – it’s been wild.
“We’re definitely not shy and being away from the cameras has meant we can do anything and everything we want without hiding under the covers.”
“We’ve not been able to keep our hands off each other – it’s been wild”Jess Shears
Dom explains how he needed to unleash his true feelings for Jess in the only way he knew how – in the bedroom.
He says: “Having sex the first time was intense, we needed it and it was so much steamier than that night in the Hideaway on the show. We didn’t have the cameras to hold us back.”
Jess agrees: “It was very grabby and rough, we’re both up for experimenting. It was torture without him.
“I needed to show him how much he meant to me. His body is incredible and he is very well endowed. We’ve barely left our hotel room this week.”
But first the pair, who met just five weeks ago on ITV2’s smash hit reality show, needed to clear up reports that Jess had already cheated on Dom with fellow evicted Islander Mike.
“I just grabbed Dom and said, ‘Kiss Me,’” Jess explains of the awkward moment they first saw each other back in the UK.
“Then I looked him in the eye and said, ‘Listen – it’s not true’.
“We were being filmed at the time for the Sunday night Aftersun show so it was awkward to still be on camera. But we were just so happy to see each other.”
Dom adds: “I couldn’t wait to rip Jess’s clothes off but we were being filmed and the questions about Mike needed to be addressed. I wanted to hear it from her, even though I always trusted her. I do love her and she’s the woman I want to marry.”
Jess grins: “I love him too. We’re definitely planning marriage and babies. For me marriage is just a piece of paper to show that you promise to spend the rest of your life with that person but I want to. I’ve been engaged before, but never like this. It’s the real deal.”
Dom admits he would like to get wed sooner rather than later, possibly making it the first Love Island wedding if they beat engaged Olivia Buxton and Alex Bowen from last year.
He says: “If we did get married it would be quick, I don’t want to wait. When you know, you know. I trust her 100% and want this long term.
“We’re already planning to move in together in London. She’s been Skyping my mum and we’re meeting each other’s parents. Her grandma loves me.”
But Dom admits his first meeting with fellow Islander Mike was much more frosty.
Mike had been seen on TV appearances grinning about the stories of his and Jess’s alleged romp, being tactile towards her and rumours were rife that he had instigated the reports of their tryst.
“The meeting between Mike and me wasn’t good,” Dom says. “I told him we’d never be friends. He is a smug person and he’s getting what he wants out of the situation, which is to be in the public eye.
“He might stir it with the public, but he wouldn’t stir it with me. He knew I was serious and he wouldn’t p*ss me about.
“I asked him to tell me the truth and he told me the same story as her. Jess is tactile and the pictures were twisted. I know that now. We won’t be seeing him again.”
And Dom warns Love Island viewers to be wary of dangerous game-players currently on the show – namely Montana Brown, Gabby Allen and Jonny Mitchell.
“Jonny is the biggest game-player in there,” he says. “He’s already a millionaire but he is desperate for fame. All he talked about were how many Instagram followers he’d get.
“He made it clear he never had any feelings for Camilla, he just wanted to stay in the show. We didn’t talk at all. He was being tactical voting Jess out and I couldn’t respect him after that.”
Dom also warns: “Montana wants to win more than anyone else. Now she knows she’s liked by the public she’s being very savvy.
“She showed her true colours when she voted out Craig, who was coupled up with Camilla. Why would you do that to your best friend?
“My opinion of Montana changed massively from the first few days. I don’t trust her. If it weren’t for public opinion I believe she’d take the money and run if she won, not split it.”
However, it is show favourites Marcel Somerville and Gabby – who have been tipped to win – that Dom warns may not be the real deal.
“Gabby isn’t as into Marcel as he is to her,” Dom says. “She got with him to keep her place on the show. They aren’t as strong as you think.”
Jess agrees: “I think she’s growing to like him, but she’s been as tactical as everyone else. The feelings weren’t instant.”
Both Jess and Dom admit they’re furious with producers for letting them leave so soon, especially Dom for the way the rumours about Jess and Mike came out.
“For some reason producers didn’t want Jess and I to stay in,” he claims. “We were happy and a strong couple, so maybe that wasn’t exciting enough.
“It’s TV so of course they can make the public vote the way they do.
“Getting the news about Jess and Mike was torture. I am massively cross that producers did that to me.
“They tell you that no news can get in, but funnily enough that story did.
“We didn’t even know who’d won the election but suddenly a Skype call could come in to tell me that.”
But the pair believe they’re already winners of the show and will continue to be the strongest couple from series three.
“We’ve overcome a much tougher test than anyone in the villa and got through it,” says Jess. “We’re in love – so we’re already winners.”