Love Island, the nation’s most-watched reality TV show, features various attractive singletons relaxing under the sun in a Majorcan villa while they compete for a prize of £50,000 while they attempt to find love in the villa.
However the free holiday abroad does not come without its rules as all contestants are required to sign contracts before their entry to the villa, one being that islanders cannot use the spotlight to plug brands or products.
The contract states, “You warrant and agree that you have not entered into any commercial, endorsement or sponsorship agreement(s)…Or agreed to accept payment or other valuable consideration in respect of your appearance on the programme…”
Despite the clause, Molly-Mae has appeared wearing several items from Oh Polly on-screen and while it has not been revealed if she had previously entered into a deal, however it is know that she has advertised the brand prior to the show, through her Instagram.
Arabella Chi is another contestant who recently came under fire for breaking the same rule by wearing Montana Brown’s latest swimwear collection. Montana posted to Instagram at the time, “When you see @swimsociety make an appearance on @loveisland”.
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