Love Island Australia bombshells leave VERY little to the imagination in high-cut red swimsuits


That’s got to hurt! Female Love Island Australia contestants wear extremely high-cut red swimsuits that barely cover their modesty during raunchy challenge

The Love Island Australia contestants stunned viewers on Tuesday night when they stripped down to extremely revealing red swimsuits during a raunchy challenge. 

The show’s female cast members left very little to the imagination in the Baywatch-inspired costumes, which featured extremely high-cut bottoms and a racy G-string at the back.

Meanwhile, the top part of the one-pieces barely covered their cleavage. 

The Love Island Australia contestants stunned viewers on Tuesday night when they stripped down to extremely revealing red swimsuits during a raunchy challenge 

Some of the women struggled to shield their modesty during the challenge, which involved slipping on a water slide and riding inflatable pool toys. 

To the delight of their female counterparts, the men also stripped down to tiny red board shorts during the competition.

Bulging biceps and washboard abs were on display as the men attempted to impress their potential love interests in the pool.   

The show's female cast members left very little to the imagination in the Baywatch-inspired costumes, which featured extremely high-cut bottoms and a racy G-string at the back

The show’s female cast members left very little to the imagination in the Baywatch-inspired costumes, which featured extremely high-cut bottoms and a racy G-string at the back 

Some of the women struggled to shield their modesty during the challenge, which involved slipping on a water slide and riding inflatable pool toys

Some of the women struggled to shield their modesty during the challenge, which involved slipping on a water slide and riding inflatable pool toys

To the delight of their female counterparts, the men also stripped down to tiny red board shorts during the competition

To the delight of their female counterparts, the men also stripped down to tiny red board shorts during the competition

During the challenge, which was cleverly called ‘Red Flags’, contestants had to select life buoys with messages on them that revealed a secrets about their cast mates. 

Rather than saying the answer, the Islanders had to kiss the person they thought the secret was about. 

Love Island Australia was moved to Nine’s streaming platform 9Now this year, meaning that raunchier content is now permitted. 

During the challenge, which was cleverly called 'Red Flags', contestants had to select life buoys with messages on them that revealed a secrets about their cast mates

During the challenge, which was cleverly called ‘Red Flags’, contestants had to select life buoys with messages on them that revealed a secrets about their cast mates

Rather than saying the answer, the Islanders had to kiss the person they thought the secret was about

Rather than saying the answer, the Islanders had to kiss the person they thought the secret was about

‘It’s a lot looser because it’s not on prime time. It’s edgier with twists and turns and bombs coming in,’ host Sophie Monk told The Kyle And Jackie O Show last week. 

‘It’s so good. You’ll never know what’s coming,’ she added. 

Love Island Australia continues Tuesday at 6pm on 9Now 

Love Island Australia was moved to Nine's streaming platform 9Now this year, meaning that raunchier content is now permitted

Love Island Australia was moved to Nine’s streaming platform 9Now this year, meaning that raunchier content is now permitted

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