All is not as it seems in that Love Island villa.
First we learned that 99.5% of Samira's journey was edited out, plus not to mention 99.9% of her relationship with Frankie.
And now ex-contestant Savanna Darnell – yer one with the fab hair who got about four seconds of air time – has dropped another bombshell.
She appeared on Lewys Balls YouTube channel where she nattered away about all things Love Island.
Oh, and mentioned that she had been cosying up to one Mr Wes Nelson.
Yep, Megan's boyf wasn't as loyal as he made out to be. And we are shook.
"Me and Wes actually really got on. We shared a bed – they never showed that. We had a cuddle, we were singing the whole time, up till stupid o' clock giggling and laughing in bed – that's what you didn't see hunnies."
So the producers simply edited all their time together out?
''They just never wanted to show it,'' Savanna said.
This hasn't been the only time recently that the ITV show has been hit with claims of deceptive editing and re-shooting.
One eagle-eyed viewer took to Twitter to expose a scene that looked like it had been filmed twice if you look at Georgia's manicure from one frame to the next.
Bit sus, no?
Uhmm, excuse me but how is the 2nd photo technically filmed only moments after the 1st? You telling me she’s lost all her nails in 10 min. it doesn't’t bother me that Love Island is so staged this year, but it REALLY bothers me that it’s not even staged properly…#loveisland pic.twitter.com/HUmM90RDEJ
— Anca M (@_anchorr_) July 15, 2018
As well as continuity issues a la Georgia's nails, ''The Kiss'', which quickly became the most saturated plot line of the series, was also put under the microscope.
Because I am sad and have no life, I've watched the clip below quite a few times and I'm still none the wiser.
Is the first kiss them saying hello and the second kiss them saying goodbye?
Watch the vid below and deicide for yourselves, it's a tricky one.
However, one thing is one million percent for sure: Love Island is a reality TV show and the producers know we want all the dramz, so they edit the footage to give us that.
Fair enough we say, but if any producers are reading this, we beg you – don't make us hear ''I'm loyal babes, I'm real, that's just who I am'' one more time. We just can't.