Love Island's Cheyanne Kerr has revealed how long it takes to film the iconic Casa Amor recoupling, that took place last week.
Cheyanne was dumped from the villa after thinking that Jacques O'Neill might possibly choose to recouple with her, and since arriving home and getting her phone back she has been sharing gossip and behind-the-scenes secrets.
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During a Q&A session on her Instagram stories, the blonde beauty was asked how long it took to film the recoupling that saw Jacques stick with Paige before an explosive aftermath – that is still ongoing.
Answering the fan's question on her stories, Cheyanne revealed just how long it takes to film the recoupling – and it might just shock you.
"The re-coupling took 4 hours to film, my feet were killing by the end of it," Cheyanne admitted on her page.
Considering the recoupling takes four hours and we only see minutes of it, it's hard to imagine how much extra content we don't get to see – and what else actually happened behind the scenes.
Elsewhere during her Q&A session, Cheyanne revealed that she was in fact approached to appear on the show.
Someone asked her whether she applied or was approached by the show, and she confirmed the latter.
Cheyanne, who recently revealed that she worked as cabin crew for Emirates before the show, jetted into Spain and headed into the villa on July 3.
She almost turned Jacques' head, but he left her standing around the firepit when he decided to recouple with his original lover interest Paige.
Cheyanne will appear on Love Island's After Sun tonight (July 10), which will air after the main show.
Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVHub
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