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Love Island's Yewande Biala has opened up about what life is like when you're black and in the media.

The 23-year-old Irish scientist says being black means "you have to be 10 times better than everyone else", she told 1Xtra Talks.

Yewande was one of the 2019 cast originals, but left the show after Danny chose Arabella over her in a brutal dumping.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She says: "When I got into this I realised being black is hard, but being black and in the media is harder.

"You have to stand out and you have to do more and it can get quite frustrating," she adds.

"You feel like you're not doing enough, but just keep pushing to keep doing what you're doing and someone will see how amazing you are."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The reality star also claims that finding love in the villa was harder because of the colour of her skin.

Yewande's best friends were candidates Amber Gill, who is mixed race and Anna Vakili, who's Iranian, and she says "we all struggled".

"We didn't find anyone who liked us. It was always someone coming in and saying 'my type is blonde and petite'. We'd just look at each other and say 'they're obviously not here for us'."

Yewande also spoke about the pressure of social media outside of the villa, and how she copes with it.

She says "the majority of people were super supportive" in public platform comments, but that she did receive some hurtful direct messages.

"When I came back from Mallorca I got such a tan. I was so dark but I loved it.

"And people would come to me like, 'Oh you're too dark, like why are you so dark? Why are you so black, you're too skinny'. It was just stupid."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Yewande was also quizzed on her feelings about Danny Williams and Arabella Chi.

Model Arabella Chi is now dating Wes Nelson from the 2018 series, while Danny is dating Jourdan Riane after falling for her during the Casa Amor segment only days after Arabella was dumped.

The scientist says numerous articles appeared online about her which portrayed a tired stereotype used against black women following her dumping.

"I tried not to read any articles about myself because I didn't want to get upset. I think they were trying to label me as the angry black woman, which was kind of insane.

"Not once in the villa did I ever raise my voice or feel like I acted in that way, even considering the circumstances I was in."

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The fifth series of Love Island may have ended, but life is only just beginning for the contestants on the outside.

The Islanders have returned to reality and are gathering that coin with sponsorships, TV shows and public appearances in clubs. 

This years' group are charging quite the high amount to grace an event with their presence, and we're a bit shook. 

According to The Sun, Curtis Pritchard and Tommy Fury . are the top earners, charging 10,000 pounds each to attend an event. 

The publication contacted the agents of 2019's contestants to enquire about an appearance at a 21st birthday party, and boxer Tommy was able to charge a whopping £10k for a two-hour appearance.

The runner up of the show has people to see and things to do, and time is money after all. According to The Sun, professional dancer Curtis charges the same, but also requests a driver and a hotel.

Villa villain Michael Griffiths, who didn't even make the final, charges £2,500 per hour to show up.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Sherif Lanre, who was kicked out of the villa after a mere nine days, charges a shocking £5,000 for appearances.

Maybe because of the mystery surrounding him, but that seems like ridiculous money to us. Yewande Biala also charges £5,000, while winners Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea have yet to share an appearance fee.

The pair have the £50,000 cash prize, so they're not exactly begging for money. The cast need to make cash before their celebrity status shrinks, though.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Molly-Mae Hague garnered a lot of attention last week after catching a private jet to an appearance in Longford last week, of all places.

(Private jets are SO bad for the environment, my God). Some of them seem to be owning the money-element of things more than others.

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Well, karma's a b*tch and it seems she's following around Michael Griffiths for the foreseeable future. 

The firefighter turned reality star tried to play it cool after his car got clamped in Manchester yesterday, but he couldn't help smirking as he walked away from his white Mercedes.

The flashy car was spotted with a yellow clamp on its front left wheel and a pricey fine on the windscreen, totally immobilised. We promise we're not laughing.

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Cars are normally clamped for illegal parking, or if they're untaxed and on a public road. The Love Island star will have to pay a steep fine to get his motor back, or will have the car towed.

Michael did his best to walk away nonchalantly from the scene, but didn't succeed. The 27-year-old was caught in a whirlwind love triangle on the show, with Amber Gill and Joanna Chimonides.

Amber went on to win the show with Irish charmer Greg O'Shea, after Michael tried and failed to win her back. What a moment that was for the chaldish man.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The Sun Online revealed he was kissing Casa Amor's Nabila Badda after the reunion show on Sunday, before cracking on with Joanna Chimonides again.

Pictures showed the Michael planting a kiss on Nabila before getting intimate with Joanna straight afterwards. It won't be long before his head gets turned again, we reckon.

Joanna was dumped from the Island, branding Michael a "snake" after he wouldn't leave the villa with her. She's denying that they're romantically involved, despite being photographed kissing.

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Queen of the Love Island villa Amber Gill has reacted to Michael Griffiths crawling back to Joanna Chimonides after he was dumped from the house.

She believes that she deserved to win with Greg O'Shea because of the horrendous journey Michael sent her on, after the firefighter's head was turned while she was at Casa Amor.

Michael and Amber coupled up early on but were torn apart after he broke her heart by cheating with Joanna Chimonides.

Michael and Joanna have been spotted together on the outside kissing at a festival, despite having a fight when Michael didn't walk away from the villa with her when she was dumped.

In the explosive row, Joanna branded Michael a 'snake' and said 'if you've found what you want then you'd better f*cking leave, mate." Yikes. Despite this, they seem to be back together.

Amber has since branded their reconciliation 'weird.', saying; "Am I surprised by that? To be fair I didn’t see much of their relationship. I don’t really know how they were."

The Geordie lass added; "Michael definitely tried to come back to me so I think it’s a bit weird. I don’t really want to say too much," said Amber.

The 21-year-old said she doesn't believe she would have won the public vote in Monday's live final if she had gone back to Michael.

"If I'd gone for Michael it would have been she’s gone back to the guy who didn’t treat her well," explained Amber. "Me and Greg were a good match and he came in when I needed a gent and I feel like that's why it went for us," she added.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"I don’t think Michael will be kicking himself. I think he was happy for me either way. I think everything happens for a reason. We’ll have to see what his reason is," she told the Mirror.

Joanna and Michael set the rumour mill alight when they were spotted looking cosy at a Kisstory even in London on Saturday.

Joanna had vowed that she'd never go back there, but this appears to have been straight up nonsense…She's since denied any romance between them.

She hit out on social media: "I just want to make a point, we weren't kissing. He was saying something in my ear and I found it funny. I can't remember what it was," she told her followers.

"Is her ear located in her mouth?" tweeted one online user. Michael's reaction to Greg and Amber's win was to say; "Oh s***, oh s***, I did not expect that," he said. "Ratings."

He also implied that Amber would have stolen the 50,000 pounds rather than split it, which is another loads of bullsh*t from a bitter man.

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An ex Love Island contestant has accused the show's bosses of "fixing" the series to Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague would beat Amber Gill and Greg O'Shea.

The Geordie beauty technician and Irish rugby player were crowned King and Queen of the villa, taking home the £50,000 cash prize last night.

Georgia Steel, from the 2018 series, has said the programme is rigged to give the producer's favourites, Molly and Tommy, more air time.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Speaking to the Daily Star, Sam Bird's ex-girlfriend said: "To be honest I think they are getting 50 per cent of the airtime, so I do think obviously they are going to win.

"It is a bit of a shame as the other guys aren't getting much airtime. I feel like it is the Molly and Tommy show," she added.

"Of course they are going to win as the audience are invested in them more than anyone else as they are seeing them more."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The friend of Dani Dyer went on to reveal that the editing process can make a massive difference, and that the bosses have an agenda with what they allow viewers to see.

Georgia continued: "The edit can change so much and I feel like the audience are kind of gathering that now.

"I want Ovie to win, I really like him and I think the way he has handled himself is so real, he hasn't been manipulated in any way."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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21-year-old Georgia believes contestants are chosen strategically by producers, as this year's Islanders who entered the villa already had a big influencer fan base or celebrity contacts.

"I feel like the people that have gone in this year are either influencers or in the field where they are hanging around with celebs already. I still hope they want to find love and not just for fame and money."

Molly-Mae and Tommy were tipped to win the show this year, but Amber and Greg took the crown and split the £25,000 prize with each other. They had only been coupled up for 12 days.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Amber had a wild journey in the villa, after being coupled up with villa villain Michael Griffiths before his head was turned by Joanna Chimonides while she was in Casa Amor, staying loyal.

She confessed that she still had feelings for Michael, even after he badmouthed her behind her back, and he turned her down twice before changing his mind.

Once Greg entered the villa, Amber coupled up with him and Michael was dumped from the show for being chaldish. He has since been spotted back with Joanna, and half-heartedly congratulated Amber on her win last night.

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Now, we have to admit; This isn't surprising content.

Love Island star Joanna Chimonides has denied claims that she kissed Michael Griffiths at a festival last night, after they were pictured getting pretty damn close.

Footage emerged of the 22-year-old and the 27-year-old firefighter sharing a passionate kiss at Kisstory together with other reality TV stars.

In a set of videos posted to her Instagram Stories on Sunday, Joanna said of the images;

"It’s of me and Michael so-called kissing. I just want to make a point, we weren’t kissing." Well, the photos kind of disprove her claims…

The fan reaction has been mostly hilarious, as audiences predicted Joanna taking Michael back after he crawled back to Amber Gill on the show.

"There are pictures of me and Michael so-called kissing. He was saying something in my ear, I found it funny. Can’t remember what it was. I think one thing with me and you’ll get to know this the more you get to know me, is I don’t hold onto hate and negativity."

She continued: "For me, it’s been a lot easier for my journey and me getting over the Michael situation, is me letting go of whatever happened and letting go of hate.

"That’s just how I am and what I do and in the end, I’m happier and I feel so good everyday and that’s purely because I’m letting go of the negativity and anything that was upsetting me at the time."

Joanna also insisted that she and Michael are just friends after he chose to remain in the Love Island villa rather than leave with her when she was eliminated two weeks ago.

She continued: "It’s okay to be friends with someone you were with, it is okay for that. I’m friends with my exes and it is OK.

"For me and Michael, it was such a laugh being together. It was really nice and everyone had such a laugh. If I didn’t let go of that negativity I wouldn’t have had a good time yesterday and I wouldn’t be making memories with that Love Island lot."

While some of the fans are giving Joanna far too much heat, saying she has no self-respect for taking him back, others are simply laughing at her;

"Joanna you absolute mug," one Twitter user said. Another called her a 'dummy' and a 'clown' for taking back the villa villain.

Another fan rightfully pointed out that Joanna is now receiving all the hate that Amber would have gotten had she taken her ex back, who humiliated her by choosing Joanna after Casa Amor.

Joanna was adamant on Instagram that seeing Michael attempt to win Amber back after he remained in the villa without Joanna was "hard to watch".

We all thought she'd rip him to shreds on Love Island: Aftersun with Caroline Flack, but they seemed to be getting on suspiciously swimmingly;

Joanna previously stated that there was zero chance that she'd take Michael back, but apparently that was nonsense.

"Did you hear me mention a specific person," Michael told Amber when she quizzed him on saying "I've found what I've been looking for".

Of course, he ACTUALLY said "I found what I've been looking for and now she's leaving," meaning Joanna. What a player.

Michael became a national enemy after breaking Amber Gill's heart on live television, leaving her standing alone and loyal after his head was turned in Casa Amor.

His antics were the subject of countless memes (which we pored over for hours). It seems the pair are dating once again, but will his head be turned by someone else?

We reckon so. Once a chaldish man, always a chaldish man.

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Amber Gill's long-time BFF Mart Tweedy is backing her and Greg O'Shea to win Love Island.

Mart said he's over the moon to witness Amber looking so relaxed and happy with the 24-year-old rugby player from Limerick, who came into the villa just when her drama with Michael Griffiths was coming to an end.

“He’s Irish with muscles, what’s not to like?” he told OK! magazine. Amen to that. “He’s such a gentleman.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Her pal continued; "Her mum thinks he’s a really nice guy. We’re really impressed with him.

"He’s exactly the type of person Amber would go for. They have the same humour and he gets her banter, which is what she needs.”

Tweedy expressed his relief that Amber chose to couple up with Greg instead of Michael, who previously rejected her for Joanna Chimonides.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“I think Michael only wanted her back because he saw her laughing and happy with Greg. He was jealous,” he said.

“It would have been difficult for Amber to build trust with Michael. I think it would have brought back memories of when she was hurt in the past.”

Tweedy is running Amber's social media account during her time on the show, also claimed that Amber would never have sex in the villa.

“Never in a million years. She’s been getting requests on Instagram from companies like Babestation and Pornhub,” he said.

"They basically want her to do saucy photographs and videos. I’m messaging straight back and saying, ‘She wouldn’t be interested in this at all’.”

Greg has been gaining an onslaught of fans since arriving to the show, with viewers adoring how well he treats Amber.

Curtis Pritchard's best friend doesn't believe that his romance with Maura Higgins will last on the outside.

Childhood friend Chloe Hewitt thinks the Longford grid girl is too overpowering for the professional dancer.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Maura’s Instagram following has boomed since she entered the Love Island villa a month ago.

The pair argued over his involvement in Jordan Hames' controversial decision to confess his feelings for India Reynolds after just making Anna Vakili his girlfriend, behind her back.

Hewitt told OK! magazine that she's adapting to the couple, but isn't confident that they'll last.

“It could be a summer romance, and then they’ll come back to reality,” she said. I do believe Maura likes him. I love that she’s upfront and feisty, but I think she’s a bit overpowering.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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“He’s found a bit of fun in Maura. Curtis is thinking about now and not the future.”

Hewitt also said that Maura is Curtis' type, and that he loves to be tested;

“She’s gorgeous, but she also seems to have a lot of layers, and that could be intriguing to him. He would see her as a bit of a challenge,” she said.

We'll see what happens tonight. With just two episodes left before the final, can Greg and Amber snatch it from Tommy and Molly Mae?

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Remember when Michael and Yewande were coupled up when Love Island first began, albeit reluctantly? And they became pally and supportive of one another? Before the devil took Michael's soul?

Well, the former duo live streamed their hilarious reactions to the drama between Jordan and Anna, which absolutely exploded in the villa over the last two nights.

Love Island viewers were left in total shock as Jordan decided to pull India for a chat to confess his feelings for her, without telling Anna first. The same Anna who happens to be his girlfriend…

The cheeky model was exposed when Curtis told his plan to Maura, who went straight to Anna to warn her of what was going on behind her back.

Curtis didn't come out of the whole debacle looking squeaky clean, seeing as he had advised Jordan to pull India aside first instead of talking to Anna.

Probably because he knew India would turn Jordan down and then he'd 'settle' for Anna, crawling back to his poor girlfriend. He tried to gaslight Anna completely, who was having none of it.

Everyone was shooketh by Jordan's dramatic character change, which also occurred with Danny Williams and villa villain Michael Griffiths. The spirit of the fuckboy lives on, it seems.

The girls charged in behind Anna, with Jordan stuck (rightfully) on his own… except for Curtis Pritchard. Both Jordan and Anna as well as Harley and Chris were dumped from the island last night.

Michael Griffiths and Yewande Biala were live-streaming their responses to the drama unfolding, and it was entertaining as f*ck:

Both former Islanders were left in complete disbelief at Jordan's appalling behaviour, with Michael saying; "Everyone thought I f**ked up but… oooh." We still think you f**ked up, Michael. For the record.

Yewande took a sly dig at the Liverpudlian firefighter, for treating Amber in a terrible manner, explaining that boys simply can't keep it in their trousers when new women enter the villa.

They claim to be happy with their partner, but then constantly seek an upgrade and assume they can do better;

Protect Yewande at all costs, as the fans say. After Anna was voted out, she said she'd experienced "lots of ups-and-downs". 

"Obviously, the Jordan thing was one of my lowest moments," she continued. On the subject of her feelings about Jordan, she said:

"I'm so disappointed in him and I'm hurt by him. I'm shocked. I don't have anger towards him, if anything I feel sorry for him." 

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Love Island star Greg O'Shea has jetted out of the villa in order to attend his beloved grandmother's funeral in Ireland this week.

The Irish rugby player and solicitor left the ITV reality show base for Dublin in an unprecedented move. 

The 24-year-old returned immediately to the Spanish island of Majorca following the service yesterday, which must have been a difficult time.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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His dad Niall O'Shea spooke to Limerick Live 95 about the funeral, and praised producers for allowing Greg to come home; 

"Greg is a very good family man and his mother wanted to make sure he was there because himself and his Nan, got on well."

Monica Ho from Raheen, Limerick "passed away peacefully on July 19, 2019, in the care of Talbot Lodge Nursing Home, surrounded by her loving family."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The 24-year-old charming Irishman has gained a huge amount of fans since joining the show last week, but no reference will be made to his granny's passing on the show.

The Ireland Rugby Sevens player admitted that he can't hold back his opinions at times, like fellow Irish contestant Maura Higgins;

“I see something that I don’t agree with, I’m not able to hold it to myself – I always have to say something. I struggle to bite my tongue," he said.

His sister Laura told Today FM that Greg kept his arrival on the show a secret from his family.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"It's a shock to say the least. We found out with everyone else, he was completely secret the whole time so the shock was very large in our house last night in Corbally.

"Look, we’re happy for him, he’s clearly having such a good time so let's just see what happens," she added.

"He took off from Paris, he was over there, we did get a weird request for a couple pairs of shorts and sunglasses but we just thought it was for Paris and that he had met a lovely girl in Paris, but no, he was packing a bag for Majorca."

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Love Island's Francesca Allen has given us an inside look into the reunion of Joanna Chimonides and Michael Griffiths following their Aftersun appearance, and it's spicy enough,

A video emerged of the pair getting cosy in the green room, despite the awkwardness between the former couple and Caroline Flack.

Francesca was obviously asked whether they're getting back together, because everyone thinks that they will, and she said;

"Possibly, they seem to be getting along fine. I wasn't there for too long after because I was shattered."

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She added; "They were speaking, everyone was being civil and nice. So we'll see what happens!"

Well, that's dull. We wanted WWE drama for Michael's sins.

Francesca also tried to defend Michael, who she was coupled up with as friends at the end of her time in the villa, saying:

"Michael's great, he's just made a few mistakes I think. He's actually a really good person. I got along with him really well."

The pair looked cosier than ever behind the scenes (Image: Instagram)

Michael recoupled with Joanna following Casa Amor, as I'm sure we all remember, and left Amber to walk alone into the villa.

The gaslighting firefighter then insisted that he had no interest in Amber anymore. He pied her TWICE in an embarrassing fashion, treating her like dirt in the process.

Joanna was raging after she was dumped from the island alone, without Michael leaving with her.

The model branded him a 'snake', with most of us agreeing that the term was well deserved.

Michael then tried to crack on with Amber again after Irish charmer Greg brought her on a date, with Michael lying at every turn about his feelings.

Will Joanna give him another chance? She'd be some fool to let him slither his way back in, but we suspect she will.

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A former ITV2 employee has claimed that Love Island bosses "fix the show based on who they want to win", according to The Sun.

An anonymous former worker took part in a Reddit Q&A, and claimed to be a producer from 2018's show. Moderators for the site allegedly confirmed their identity.

The employee referred to the popular programme as "constructed reality at its finest" in the resurfaced chat. Show bosses really do pull all the strings, huh…

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The insider curtly replied; "Yeah, absolutely" when asked if showrunners "manipulate the show based on who they want to win".

Their "favourite couples" are benefitted with shock twists and orchestrated dumpings, according to the source;

"They’re deciding who makes best TV, who is the most frustrating to work with and such things. It’s not just one person saying 'oh no I like them'."

Fans only last week accused the show of fixing a dumping after Joanna was dumped from the island, meaning that Michael Griffiths could try again with ex-flame Amber Gill.

The source said that a lot of the time Islanders are asked to have certain conversations "to give the viewer a better experience".

When asked about last year's contestants, the ex-ITV2 employee said Georgia Steel "was so annoying and demanding of attention from everyone including producers".

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The insider added that Laura Anderson wouldn't have reached the final if viewers witnessed how "annoying" she was, and that Dr Alex George was "just sh*t":

"He was given everything and offered nothing".

The one former contestant who was praised was Megan Barton-Hanson, with the source saying that her "lovely, vulnerable side that didn't get shown"; 

"She was really likeable. She was so insecure and vulnerable and was genuinely sweet."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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A rep for Love Island replied to The Sun's digging, saying:

"As anyone who watches the show regularly would know, Love Island is a combination of reality and produced elements that are reflective of what's happening in the villa, and is a fair and accurate representation of villa life.

"We have always been completely transparent about this and the way the show is produced. This is often acknowledged in the voice over by Iain Stirling," they added.

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"The opinions they have and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves," ITV bosses continued.

"As we have said since series one, Love Island is a combination of reality and produced elements."

Now that was some seriously scalding hot tea, we wonder if ITV know which former employee is spilling their secrets?

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Amber Gill looks on her way to be shoved back into villa villain Michael's arms tonight, by none other than the King: Ovie Soko.

Well, we're about to snatch that crown right off his head for encouraging her to back to a toxic ex who is CLEARLY manipulating her to stay on the show for as long as he can. 

In a shocking first look at tonight's Love Island, Ovie sits Amber down for a 'chinwag' (lol Curtis) about the upcoming recoupling.

We all know that Gorgeous Greg from Limerick is the correct choice, and in a world of Michael's: Always pick Greg. Trust us.

We have to remember, however, that Amber is only 21-years-old, and is most likely going to return to the bad boy that broke her heart before she learns some valuable lessons.

The girls must decide tonight who they want to recouple with, and Amber has a decision to make. Manipulative Michael, or Gorgeous Greg? My Lord, it's so difficult to choose. So difficult. *Sighs*

Audiences are positive that the firefighter is choosing Amber so he can remain in the villa after refusing to leave with Joanna, for no reason at all. Hello, he wants the £50k.

Charming Irish rugby player and solicitor Greg O'Shea was sent in to put a smile back on Amber's face after Michael stomped all over her heart by dumping her for Joanna, and the pair get on super well.

Fans are devastated to see that Ovie is Team Michael, seeing as Ovie is one of Amber's closest friends and confidantes. 

He tells her: "Greg's come in and he's been absolutely wonderful but ok, if you pick Greg you're playing it safe. Going back with Michael, you heart could get shattered again but you like him more than Greg. That's the reality."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Amber comes face to face with Michael and Greg in tonight's recoupling, with the two boys as the final pair standing. Does this mean that whoever she doesn't choose will be dumped from the villa?

Well, there are an even number of girls and boys in the villa, so probably not. When news of the recoupling broke in the villa, Greg, grinned at her and told her: "You have a decision to make here."

Smiling back, Amber had a twinkle in her eye as she proclaimed: "F*ck." We hope that translates to: "F*ck, I can't wait to leave Michael standing there on his own like a total mug, same as he did to me."

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