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The show this week featured a gay guy called Ayanda who wrote into the show asking for help in confessing his love to his crush.Ayanda mentioned he had been in the closet until then and was using the show to come out.
Roscoe Crawford, 32, has revealed candidates on the show are told what to wear, accompanied everywhere and even have their rooms checked after bedtime to ensure there is 'no bad behaviour'.
Users could select a setting to keep their identity hidden from friends and family so they could 'browse freely' on the app's database of potential partners.
The goal, the company said, was to expand people's views on sexuality and relationships.
Couples arrive on the island on separate flights and are banned from talking to each other until the date so every reaction can be caught on camera.
Once the dates take place their behaviour continues to be monitored, with chaperones checking the bedrooms following the dates.'After the dates and the reactions were filmed we went back to the hotel and we were allowed to drink with the girls at the bar, but our babysitters did regular room checks to make sure there was no bad behaviour,' he added.
Pictured, Roscoe on the show with presenter Paddy Mc Guinness Speaking to Glasgow Live, Roscoe explained that contestants are told to build a suitcase filled with clothes to the studio portion of the show so producers can choose what they wear.