Love Island's Amy Hart has viewers in stitches as she reveals she shaved her privates for Hideaway stay with Curtis Pritchard

AMY Hart had Love Island fans in stitches after she revealed she'd shaved her privates for her night in the Hideaway with Curtis Pritchard.

The 26-year-old air stewardess was incredibly open about her pre-date prep as she spoke to the other girls in last night's episode.

After the Islanders chose Amy and 23-year-old Curtis to be the first couple to spend an evening in the private room, Amy excitedly put on her "sexy pyjamas".

Gossiping in the dressing room, the blonde beauty said: "My legs are all shaved so we're okay."

Molly-Mae Hague then asked: "Have you shaved the noon?"

To which Amy casually replied: "Yep, the noon is shaved."

Needless to say, the star's honesty had fans at home in hysterics, with viewers flocking to social media to share their response to her confession.

One wrote: "The noon is shaved loool".

Another added: "Trust Molly-Mae to wonder whether Amy had shaved, blatantly if she goes in the Hideaway she's s****ing."

A third said: "Looool shave the noon. This is a TV show!"

Despite Amy's grooming, both stars insisted that nothing more than kissing had happened in the romantic room.

However, they did come out of it as an official "half couple", with Curtis and Amy agreeing to be exclusive after just nine days in the villa.

Ballroom dancer Curtis acknowledged that they weren't ready to be boyfriend and girlfriend but told Amy that he couldn't imagine any other girls would turn his head.

The pair settled on being "half boyfriend and girlfriend", sharing a steamy kiss in the hot tub to seal the deal.

However, Amy was left outraged when Lucie Donlan and Joe Garratt decided to do the same thing just hours later.

After being inspired by Amy and Curtis, Joe asked the surfer if they should do the same during a paddle-boarding date.

Speaking in the Beach Hut later that night, Amy moaned: "It's a bit of a coincidence that on the night me and Curtis announce we are exclusive that someone else does as well.

"I feel like Joe and Lucie stole our thunder a bit.

"I just think, what about tomorrow? Why not make it special instead of just thinking, 'oh they've done, why don't we do it'."

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