MAURA Higgins and Curtis Pritchard didn’t have sex because she’s “too loud” as he rules out ever getting back together with Love Island ex Amy Hart.
The couple finished in fourth place during last night’s final, which was won by Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea.
During their time together on the show, Maura, 28, was seen trying to have sex with Curtis, 23, but the ballroom dancer rebuffed her advances.
Speaking to The Sun Online after leaving the villa, Maura explained her partners reasons, saying: “I think it was more about keeping people awake! Curtis knows how loud I am!”
Curtis added: “It wasn’t that I don’t like her or anything. I want Maura to experience that, and only Maura to experience that.
“We are in a bedroom with up to 14 other people.”
However, the couple are still yet to consummate their relationship now they’ve had their first night away from the cameras.
Maura said: “We have actually not had a chance to do anything yet!”
But she added: “Let’s just say, I am sure we will get it done!”
Before coupling up with Maura, Curtis had previously been paired with Amy, but left her heartbroken after her return from Casa Amor when he revealed he no longer wanted to be her ‘half-boyfriend’.
While the pair managed to make amends as friends before she quit the villa, Curtis insisted he would not be trying to get the 26-year-old back once he returns to the UK.
He said: “Amy is a fantastic young lady but I am very very happy with Maura.
“I can’t wait to see a future with her and also spend time with Maura on the outside world.”
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But Curtis does plan to speak to Amy, 26, once he has his phone back.
He said: “I will be talking to Amy. I haven’t thought about what I will say to her, but I just want to speak to her and check she is alright.”
Instead, the couple are focusing on their future together outside of the villa, and Maura said she’d love to go on Strictly Come Dancing with her man.
The grid girl has never lacked confidence, and despite finishing in fourth place on Love Island, Maura thinks they could win the BBC One dancing show, having had some dance lessons with Curtis in the villa.
She said: “Why not? I am a winner!
“Dancing is something I have always wanted to do but where I live, we don’t have those opportunities. I wouldn’t close the door to it.”
Singing her praises, Curtis said: “Maura is an incredible dancer, she picks it up at the click of a finger. If you went on that show, you would be incredible.”