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12 July 2017, 13:02
The remaining contestants of the reality TV show were forced to leave the lush pad quicker than Marcel could say the words "Blazin".
Things have been heating up in the villa but we had no idea it was in the literal sense of the word.
Apparently, Love Island stars had to be evacuated from the villa in Mallorca, Spain over fear the place was about to go up in flames.
The remaining contestants of the reality TV show were forced to leave the lush pad quicker than Marcel could say the words "Blazin" after fire alarms began ringing throughout the house.
However, the false alarm was reportedly triggered because some of the stars had been secretly smoking indoors.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "It was a quiet day and suddenly all hell broke loose. The fire alarm went off and everyone was really worried it was serious.
"Producers didn't want to take any chances so they made sure that the entire villa was evacuated. They wanted everyone out so they could make absolutely sure there were no injuries. Only once the whole villa had been looked at was it decided everyone could return."
Although bosses were thankful that no one was injured, they were fuming that some of the contestants hadn't taken notice of the terms of conditions, which stated no smoking was allowed in the villa.
The insider said: "It costs time and money to evacuate the whole villa.
"Producers told the contestants they need to abide by the rules on smoking or there will be serious consequences. They may even face the chop."
Unfortunately, fans won't be able to see the dramatic scenes on telly tonight, as it's reported none of the footage was caught on camera and won't be spoken about on screen.
Meanwhile, fans have been left to decide whether to bring back two old faces or two new faces when the show returns tonight.