Love Island’s Amber Gill swipes at ITV shake-up admitting she would be ‘fuming’

Amber Gill confessed she would be “fuming” if ITV bosses let the public pick her first companion on Love Island.

During the launch night of the new series of popular dating show, the former winner, 24, took to Twitter to share her thoughts of the brand-new islanders throughout the show.

But with the gorgeous new villa comes a slew of new format changes, including the initial coupling process which previously saw the five single ladies step forward for the hunk they fancied the most.

And it appears as though not everyone was happy with the change, as the brunette beauty confessed that she hated the new format.

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In full view of 363k followers on Twitter, the reality star revealed executive producers conducted three separate interviews about what her ideal man would be like.

She admitted: “I would be fuming too if someone else chose for me. I did 3 interviews telling you my preferences and you let the BOZOS pick!!? #loveisland.”

It was at this point that one of her eagle-eyed viewers hit back with: “The BOZOS also chose for you to be the we didn’t do too bad really [laughing emoji].”

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Mortified after being caught out online, Amber replied with: “Lol [four cry-laughing emojis] sorry not the bozos MY bozos” which she signed off with a white love heart emoji.

The starlet went on to reveal some other behind the scenes secrets from the show online as she answered a slew of questions from her adoring fans.

When one user asked: "@AmberRoseGill does there be music playing in the villa?? #Loveisland."

To which she revealed: "Only in the dancing scenes and when it was a day off" meaning the majority of the Islanders days are spent in silence.

The beloved star appeared on Love Island back in 2019 and won the show with her then boyfriend Greg O'Shea.

Love Island continues each day on ITV2 from 9pm.

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