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And, unlike some other contestants, she managed to wait four weeks before romping.She says: “It’s completely justified when people have sex, because when you’re in such an intense environment you think it’s the right thing to do.“A lot of the applicants are probably having a ‘why not?’ moment as they have seen what the show can do for you and it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.She says: “You can find true love but you have to be a certain type.“Having all of this attention can be a massive distraction and it’s hard to have a relationship when you’re both in the media. "When I left the villa I did want to make things work with Alex but my feelings slowly but surely dissipated into thin air.
She tells The Sun on Sunday: “In hindsight, having sex on TV wasn’t the best idea. “I’ve got younger brothers aged 15 and 19 and I would be mortified if I saw them doing that on TV.
She says: “Post Love Island life has been absolutely incredible, my life has turned upside down.
“Beforehand, I was a student doing public relations and economics, living on my overdraft and it was horrendous.
"I was also an intern at various places, going to fetch salads and coffee for everyone. All of the opportunities have been jaw-dropping and sometimes I wake up and have to pinch myself.” But success has come at a cost.
Just days after leaving the villa Montana secretly split from Alex, 23, a personal trainer from Newcastle. However, Montana, who has previously dated Manchester United goalkeeper Kieran O’Hara, remains hopeful that any new Love Island romances will go the distance.
Within weeks, she had become the UK face of clothing brand Pretty Little Thing and jetted to LA to meet its US ambassador, reality telly royalty Kourtney Kardashian.