RANDY Love Island stars will have nowhere to hide for a furtive fumble... because this year there's a camera in the toilet.
The last series was more like LAV Island as Paul Danan and Nikki Ziering and Calum Best and Rebecca Loos turned the toilet into a hotbed of love action.
So to beat the cheats TV bosses have installed cameras all over the Fiji island compound.
The 11 stars will share a dormitory-style bedroom, so the only place budding lovers can be alone is the Love Shack. But that has cameras too.
The small lodge, next to the main site, will be given to couples as a treat.
The big house was still being built yesterday and a final layout has not been decided.
But it will have a huge shower room plus a luxury kitchen and dining area.
There's a plush pool and deck where the celebs can strip off to sunbathe and show their bodies.
But the stars won't have a cushy life like last year, when contestants lounged by the pool all day and were waited on hand and foot. This time they'll be made to do JOBS and COOK and CLEAN.
And every day couples will be paired up and forced to take part in tough tasks.
A show insider said: "They will be challenged physically and mentally."
Some of the plans include making the couples sleep outside the compound, build a raft or earn money by performing for the locals.
Show bosses have deliberately picked an odd number of contestants—five male, six female—so that as they pair off one girl will be left a gooseberry.
Meanwhile, the lads are desperate to impress and have been spending their final hours in the gym at their hotel toning up to look good around the pool.
But the girls have struggled with their luggage. Before flying out Sophie Anderton spent £30,000 on 65 bikinis, but she's been told she can't take them all in.
Our insider said: "Even if she makes it to the end, the show only lasts 49 days!"
The format has been tweaked since last year.
We can reveal that this time there is NO prize money for the winning couple.
There will also be regular evictions every Friday night. The first will take place this week following a viewer vote.