Love Island fans threaten to call Ofcom after show show twist | The Sun

LOVE Island fans have threatened to call Ofcom again after Casa Amor sent shockwaves through the villa.

Viewers were up in arms last night as the new crop of sexy singletons tried to break up couples.

Monday's episode saw the boys get a shock as six new girls arrived at the main villa, after the girls had left for the infamous second property the day previous.

And farmer Will Young appeared to crack early doors, as he talked to bombshell Layla Al-Momani about how she does not think he and Jessie were compatible.

In the beach hut, he later admitted: "Now I am going to have a little flirt, make her feel welcome.

"Have a little dibble dabble. See what happens."


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At the end of the episode viewers saw a first look at Tuesday's installment, which appeared to show Will leaning in for a kiss with Layla.

The scenes prompted an outcry on Twitter as fans made a dramatic U-turn about the show favourite.

One said: "I hope to god they're misleading us with that clip of Will tomorrow night, I am actually sickened, Ofcom will be hearing about this."

A second raged: "I am so disappointed. BUT we haven't seen Will kiss the new girl. I really hope they are trying to trick us."

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Another claimed on Twitter: "I will go to OFCOM if these producers turn Will in to the bad guy!!!!"

However, another fan said the boys were behaving better than in previous years.

They penned: "Convinced that Love Island didn’t want any more OFCOM complaints this year so they’ve tried to make Casa less tempting for the boys."

This series of Love Island has already sparked Ofcom complaints over scenes showing ex villa star Zara allegedly being bullied.

And last year Love Island was slapped with 3,617 complaints to Ofcom about alleged misogynistic behaviour by male contestants as islanders watched footage of their partners being tempted by "bombshells" in the infamous movie night episode.

The year before, Faye Winter's treatment of Teddy Soares was the second most complained moment of the 2021 series after the series' postcard episode – which has now been scrapped for good.

There is certainly more drama to come this year as the couples of Love Island all looked shaky by the end of Monday night, as all the contestants explored new connections with the Casa Amor bombshells.

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