Maura and Curtis EXC: Couple didn’t have sex because it was ‘too loud’

Maura and Curtis EXCLUSIVE: Love Island dancer claims he refused to have sex because he feared the Irish beauty was ‘too LOUD’ (but doesn’t think they’ll have any problems now!)

Love Island’s Maura Higgins has claimed it was Curtis Pritchard that stopped them from having sex in the villa, because he feared she was ‘too loud.’ 

In a joint interview with MailOnline just hours after finishing in fourth place, the dancer, 23, admitted he worried about sealing the deal surrounded by their fellow Islanders because the Irish grid girl, 28, was ‘too loud.’

But Maura and Curtis went onto say they don’t think it will be long before they get some alone time after leaving the villa, as they jet back the UK after almost eight weeks on the show.

Almost there! Love Island’s Maura Higgins has claimed it was Curtis Pritchard that stopped them from having sex in the villa, because he feared she was ‘too loud’

When asked why he refused to have sex with Maura, Curtis said: ‘I want her and only her to experience it! We are in a bedroom with 14 other people. 

Maura added: ‘I think it was more people hearing, he knows how loud I am.’

But it seems the couple won’t be waiting long before they enjoy some private time, as Maura cheekily said: ‘No, we’ve not had a chance! Let’s just say I’m sure we’ll get it done.’

Maura and Curtis also confirmed that none of the couples had ‘secret sex’ during their time in the villa despite her best efforts.

Not yet: Dancer Curtis claimed he didn’t want to have to have sex in a bedroom surrounded by the rest of their Islanders, but doesn’t think they’ll have any problems now

Maura sparked a mixed reaction from fans when she shared her fury that Curtis refused her sexual advances, with sources claiming at the time he wanted to stay celibate so he could land a job on Strictly Come Dancing.

When asked whether he would like to take part in the show, Curtis said: ‘First time I’ve heard of it, but I’d never close the door! I’d love to work with my brother he’s one of my idols.’ 

Maura also addressed claims by her ex-partner Tom Walker that she was a ‘sex pest,’ simply saying: ‘Oh wow, he’s had a lot to say about me. I don’t really have anything to say it’s his opinion.’

Odd: Maura also admitted she was surprised when Amber Gill and Greg O’ Shea were crowned series winners, after fans clocked her unimpressed reaction

Maura and Curtis finished fourth in Monday’s final behind eventual winners Amber Gill and Greg O’ Shea, and the ever-brazen brunette admitted she was shocked by their victory. 

She said: ‘I’m not going lie I was shocked, I love Greg and Amber but Tommy and Molly-Mae were in love, I thought they had it in the bag. It’s Love Island and they found love.’ 

Addressing speculation that Molly-Mae is fake, Maura added: ‘I don’t have a clue why people think she’s fake, she’s the most genuine girl I’ve met in my life. She’s besotted by Tommy.’

The couple went onto say their next plan is to enjoy a proper first date together away from the prying eyes of the villa cameras, with Curtis admitting it was still too ‘early days’ to be consider the prospect of moving in together.

Cosy: Curtis also confirmed it’s still ‘early days’ in their romance and is looking forward to enjoying a first date with Maura

While she confirmed that she would be moving the UK to pursue her recent stardom, the Irish beauty couldn’t hide her disbelief at fans’ recent claims she ‘carried’ the series.

She said: ‘I didn’t think I’d last a week, don’t know how I got this far. Can’t really believe it. I’ve been myself the whole way through!  

Curtis went onto address the state of his relationship with Islander Amy Hart, saying: ‘I haven’t got my phone back and I’ll be speaking to Amy. I just want to check and see if she’s alright.  

‘Amy’s a fantastic young lady but I’m very, very happy with Maura. Can’t wait for a future with her.’

Maura added: ‘I wasn’t very close with her but there’s no reason we can’t be friends now.’

Closer: It seems the couple won’t be waiting long before they enjoy some private time, as Maura cheekily said: ‘No, we’ve not had a chance! Let’s just say I’m sure we’ll get it done’

And with his brother AJ setting the stage for a life of TV stardom, Curtis said he would certainly be open to a reality series about his romance with Maura.

‘I’ve never thought of it I’ve just been looking forward to spending time, but if it’s in the pipe line I’d never say no to that!’ he said.

When asked about the challenges they could face in the outside world, Maura seemed unfazed, adding: ‘Curtis knows I don’t reply to anyone so he has nothing to worry about.’

Curtis also addressed the explosive row between Anna Vakili and Jordan Hames, which came after he took advice from the dancer to explore his connection with India Reynolds.

Stars: Maura and Curtis finished fourth in Monday’s final behind eventual winners Amber Gill and Greg O’ Shea

Playful: Maura also took Curtis mum’s repeated mispronunciation’s of her name with good humour, joking: ‘I get called Moira all the time!’

Asked whether he and Anna can ever bury the hatchet, he said: ‘She had every right to be fuming and I’d love to be friends with her and we’ll be able to work things out in the future.

Maura also admitted she was surprised that Jordan’s head was turned so soon after making things official with Anna, saying: ‘Yeah he asked her to be his girlfriend to days before that, I don’t know what was going on in that man’s head to be honest!’

After fans’ claims that Maura’s mum wasn’t a fan of Curtis following the infamous ‘Meet The Parents’ moment, the beauty laughed it off saying: ‘I don’t know why [this is being said], my mother would have been very nervous, Mammy says she supports me and knows I’m a good judge so if I like Curtis then she does.’

She also took Curtis mum’s repeated mispronunciation’s of her name with good humour adding: ‘I don’t think that’s wrong at all, I get called Moira all the time!’

Of course it remains to be seen whether Maura and Curtis will see their romance blossom after leaving the villa.

Love Island returns to ITV2 in January 2020.

Is this love? Of course it remains to be seen whether Maura and Curtis will see their romance blossom after leaving the villa

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