The TV host said: “They limit your drink, which makes sense because they don’t want everyone drunk.”
“People are making decisions and voting people out, so you don’t want them saying stuff because of booze and then the next day waking up going: ‘No!’ It ruins the whole point of the show.”
And Kem’s advice to this year’s batch of islanders? It’s simple: “Don’t go in with expectations or a plan of something happening to you when you come out.”
“The time in the villa is the best bit of the whole experience they will have. It becomes a job afterwards, and the more they enjoy the villa, the better it will be when they leave.
“When you are in the villa, there is no boredom, but you have got time to think.
“You’ve got no phone, you’ve not spoken to anyone for weeks, and you basically ask yourself questions – what are my family thinking? What are my friends thinking? I wonder how the dog is? You start second-guessing.
“I was always wondering if my mum and dad were happy, had I done anything to upset them?
“But I always say to islanders that whatever happens in there, your family and friends will never be unhappy because they know how it is. It’s not a talent show. It’s not a singing competition.
“You’re just being yourself. And as long as you are being yourself, nobody is going to get the hump with you.”