The Cabins viewers scared as Daisy jumps out at Curtis from inside giant teddy bear

The Cabins viewers scared as Daisy jumps out at Curtis from inside giant teddy bear

THE Cabins viewers were both terrified and amused as new girl Daisy had a few tricks up her sleeve. The 22-year-old made her debut on ITV2′ The Cabins on Wednesday evening in the show that has been dubbed Winter Love Island. She was paired up with recruitment consultant Curtis, 22, who turned up to Otter’s Pocket with a bouquet of flowers. He audibly narrated what he thought was a solo tour around the cabin, stopping to comment on the giant teddy placed on the sofa. “That’s bigger than my teddy,” he remarked to himself. After a full tour, the teddy bear leaped up off the sofa, sending Curtis screaming towards the kitchen. Daisy then revealed herself as being inside the teddy costume. Curtis couldn’t believe it and joked: “Literally I need to change my boxers. I got you some flowers, you don’t deserve them anymore.” He regained himself to tell her: “Lovely to meet you, although you scared the s–t out of me.” Viewers loved the surprised moment, labelling Daisy a “legend” for pulling off the prank. “Daisy’s a legend for that poor lad nearly had a heart attack he was fully narrating the whole time as well lmao,” wrote one Twitter user. Another added: “Just screamed in the first five minutes of #TheCabins when she jumped out of the giant teddy bear!” And a third said: “Daisy was hiding in the teddy… Classic! Pahahahahaaaa.” Her and Curtis hit it off immediately with great banter over dinner. After trying out the hot tub, which they hadn’t heated properly they went upstairs to get warm, with Curtis taking a bubble bath while Daisy showered next to him. “And they say romance is dead,” Curtis laughed. He later treated Daisy to a message as she lay on the bed, to which she said “it’s my favourite thing in the world getting a massage. You can stick around if this is what you do.” The pair then enjoyed a late night snog before heading to sleep. Wolverhampton girl Daisy was a huge hit on her first episode but told The Sun she thinks her humour might be a bit much for some, but insists she is a good egg. Describing herself, she says: “Funny, but some people don’t enjoy my sense of humour. I’m very sarcastic and my parents get annoyed with it. I think I’m bubbly. Just a nice person. “My parents would 100 per cent say she’s annoying and thinks she’s right all the time. My best friend, they’d say very confident, I’m determined. I’m a go-getter. My friends think I’m funny, they think I’m pretty and smart… they’re my number one fans.” Watch The Cabins weekdays at 9pm on ITV2
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