The 'Love Island' stars' wrap party was a silent disco held at a local bar.
The reality TV show came to an end on Monday (30.07.18) after eight weeks of sun, snogging and slanging matches but, although post-show bashes are usually alcohol-infused and wildly energetic, Iain Stirling - who does the commentary for the programme - has revealed there were forced to party in headphones this year.
Speaking on 'Lorraine' on Thursday (02.08.18), he said: "Long story short, the after party was at a bar that we drink in every night, it had to be a silent disco because you're not allowed to be loud after 1am. I've had headphones on for 8 weeks, I was like, are you joking?! I had a kebab, but had it on a plate because I'm famous..."
However, the contestants didn't seem to mind as they were more interested in getting their phones back after living without them for eight weeks.
He explained: "I'd love to give you gossip right now... the truth is, we went to the villa afterwards for the beer, but the fridge had no beer.
"The fun thing was watching the contestants get their phones back. They get their phone back in like a plastic pouch, it's like they've just come out of prison.
"Eight weeks, some of them have gone from no followers on social media to a million... their phones just went 'beeeeeeeeep'."
"Just watching these kids trying to get their head around the fact the world was on the phone. In their defence they were very lovely and made a real effort and spoke to everyone and got their photos taken with me - I was going around like a fanboy. If I'd just got my phone back and had a million followers on Instagram I wouldn't speak to anyone. I'd be like, 'See you later losers, I'm off to do some teeth whitening ads.' "