Bachelor in Paradise singles have been hooking up late at night, according to former castmate Nina Rolleston.
Bachelor in Paradise singles have been hooking up late at night, according to former castmate Nina Rolleston. Channel 10

Bachelor star confirms off-camera ‘sleepovers’

BACHELOR In Paradise's latest evictee Nina Rolleston has revealed for the first time what happens after dark on the show.

Nina's romance with co-star Eden Schwencke ended abruptly on Wednesday nightafter he chose newcomer Elora Murger to receive his rose, sending the former packing.

Appearing on The Project on Thursday night, Nina spilled the beans on what their cast mates had been getting up to once the cameras left the Fijian resort at night.

"Look, we're all grown-ups and we're all adults and we, um, do have sleepovers," she admitted, adding that there were no restrictions on where they spend the night.

"We're allowed to sleep anywhere that we like."

Nina Rolleston and Michael Turnbull are taking part in the Bachelor in Paradise television show.
Bachelor in Paradise stars Michael Turnbull and Nina Rolleston. Warren Lynam

Blake Colman, who left Paradise earlier this week, also confirmed the secret hook-ups.

"Things happen off camera," he told Yahoo7 Be. "When you're enjoying a holiday romance, things do heat up."

However, there's one big downside to the late-night rendezvous.

"They are single beds, and there's two people to a room, so if you do have sleepovers, there's also a third person in the room," Nina said.

Following her exit, Nina also revealed to that she was still in touch with her Canadian co-star Daniel Maguire, who was quickly branded a sleazebag by other castmates and viewers during his brief stint on the show.

What’s happening here?
What’s happening here?

"We've had months of nearly daily conversations, so I see a very different side of Daniel than probably most people do," she said, adding that his "villain" persona was all for show.

"He makes a living off these shows, and he knows exactly what needs to be said and done to continue securing more shows in the future. He was literally on there for two days and we're still talking about him, and that's exactly what's required to get on the next one ... He knows what he's doing."

Bachelor In Paradise continues 7.30pm Sunday on Ten.