THE Cabins’ latest arrivals certainly hit it off from the get go tonight – sharing a steamy kiss on their first night together.
Loviisa, 24, and her 26-year-old date Yani quickly get stuck in at Beaver’s Burrow, turning up the heat by jumping in the hot tub together.
Bikini model Loviisa gets up close and personal with her dateCredit: ITV
Tonight’s show will see the pair meet for the first time, jumping straight in for a cuddle in the bubbling waters and leaning in for a kiss.
Flirty from the word go, Yani, from Suffolk, is immediately impressed with Loviisa, a bikini model and university student from Finland.
Immediately heading upstairs to get changed, the duo waste no time in getting to know each other across the hot tub.
Despite admitting he’s partial to a party, while Loviisa is more for a quiet night in, sparks fly and the heat rises as they move in closer.
Yani cosies up with Loviisa in the hot tub tonightCredit: ITV
As conversation turns spicy over their “go-to Nando’s order”, Yani takes a leap and asks Loviisa: “Do you want a cuddle?”
They’re not able to keep their hands off each other for long, and soon are locking lips in a romantic smooch.
Billed as the “winter Love Island”, The Cabins has already seen a bin man, beauty queen and a lesbian lingerie model looking for love.
The ITV2 dating show gives contestants just 24 hours to find love, with prospective couples moving into a cosy lodge together.
Loviisa and Yani cosy up in the hot tub at Beaver’s BurrowCredit: REX FEATURES
Pairs are then given the choice to stay a pair or “check out” of their cabin after a day of getting to know each other.
The show – which has already been recorded – was able to go ahead after ITV put strict health and safety coronavirus protocols in place.
Speaking about the show, ITV bosses said: “Nestled together in their intimate cabins, the singletons will have quality time to really get to know their date.
“From heartfelt moments or declarations of love, to awkward silences and difficult dating conversations, viewers will be able to follow all the antics and find out if the sparks fly or quickly fizzle out.
“Having made it through the first 24 hours they then have to decide if they would like to spend more time together – or call it a day and walk away.”
You can catch The Cabins every night on ITV2 at 9pm.
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