Big Brother couple have sex on show as star apologises for lasting 10 seconds
Sometimes things get steamy in the Big Brother house, so it's no surprise two US housemates couldn't resist getting down to business.
However, it seems the randy pair couldn't keep it in the bedroom as they decided to have sex on a butterfly-shaped pool inflatable, which might have raised some eyebrows.
Kyle and Alyssa, the duo who did the deed, are starring on the latest series of the iconic house-bound reality show, which is airing on CBS in the States.
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Sparks have clearly flown between the lovebirds as they've now started up a classic showbiz romance.
Things grew steamy between Kyle and Alyssa in the Have-Not room, where beds were replaced with inflatables.
However, it seems the change of environment didn't stop the pair from getting steamy under the covers and on our TV screens.
Unfortunately, their passionate romp didn't last very long at all as Kyle apparently got a bit too excited too quickly.
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The hunk was also quick to apologise, because he admitted he only lasted a total of 10 seconds.
Luckily for Kyle, it seems like his bedroom endurance hasn't botched his new relationship just yet as Alyssa didn't seem to mind.
However, she sounded slightly embarrassed when talking to her housemate Turner after.
She still appeared to enjoy the quickie as she called it a "really nice moment", suggesting there's still hope for Kyle to redeem himself.
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The highly-anticipated return of Big Brother UK was announced on ITV2 during the final ad break of the Love Island final.
The instantly-recognisable eye logo appeared on the screen – with the iconic theme tune playing in the background.
The reality show hasn't been on screens since it was axed by Channel 5 in 2018 after moving from its first home of Channel 4.
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A press release from ITV says that a new cast of "carefully selected housemates" will enter the famous reality TV house.
The housemates will be from "all walks of life" and will spend six weeks inside the lavish residence.
"The action will all play out under the roof of the iconic Big Brother house, which will be given its own contemporary new look ready for this reimagining of the show," said ITV.
It added: "Clever tasks, nail-biting nominations and live evictions will be back, with the public once again playing a crucial role, voting throughout the series and ultimately determining the winner, who will walk away with a life changing cash prize".
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