Celebs Go Dating’s Kimberley Hart Simpson takes Dream Boy Shane to mansion's 'shag-pad' – and jumps straight into bed
CELEBS Go Dating’s Kimberley Hart Simpson has revealed that she takes Dream Boy Shane to the mansion's 'shag-pad'.
The Coronation Street star, 34, joined the E4 series hoping to find love and was open to dating men as well as women.
However last week, viewers were left shocked when she sent home two "beautiful" girls as she decided to stick it out with Shane.
And things get hot and heavy between Kimberley and Shane in an upcoming episode when they get sent to the mansion's cottage for an extra special date.
She told The Sun Online: "There was a sleepover, we shared the same bed for the first time in the entire experience.
"It didn't get physical, loads of kissing and snogging, absolutely loads of that, but I do that with the boy daily anyway.
"But nothing beyond that, because sometimes it's just best to leave the mystery!"
Despite sparks flying between the pair in the cottage, the actress insisted that the pair didn't get X-rated under the covers because it was their first night alone.
"I mean obviously the cameras are there, but to be honest with you, I wouldn't have done it regardless because it's our first night together," she told us.
"I'm that deep person, I wanted to delve more into spending the connection together in a quiet environment, rather than it be about sex and I know he's definitely felt the same way."
Last month, The Sun revealed there is a 'sex cottage' on the grounds of the estate where the stars can take their dates, similar to Live Island's Hideaway.
The E4 series, with a cast including Wayne Lineker, Curtis Pritchard and Chloe Ferry, is being filmed at a Surrey mansion.
And the programme’s bosses are allowing contestants to skulk away to a cottage in the grounds of the £30million estate if they make a “connection” with their prospective love interests.
A source said: “Getting a night in the Hideaway has been a staple of Love Island and it’s led to saucy scenes.
"With no show on this spring, Celebs Go Dating bosses thought they’d make the most of it and have let their stars use the cottage for some private time.
"They told the cast that if they have a connection they will be granted an overnight stay, but they have to show they’re serious and not just up for some nookie.
"At least two of the celebs managed to get a stay and made the most of it."
The show was given an overhaul to ensure that it could be filmed safely, and it's resulted in the most dramatic series to date.
"This a completely condensed dating process," said Anna. "We've really seen the results of having that luxury of everyone together 24/7.
"What happens with that, the law of proximity, which Paul [Brunson, dating coach] and I talk about in the show, is basically the quicker and more time you spend with somebody in a more concentrated and condensed environment, the quicker the relationships will establish themselves and build.
"We've definitely seen this series more heightened emotions than any previous series."
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