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27th Jun 2017

There’s a big twist coming for Love Island viewers

Paul Moore

Fans of the show will be glued.

Chewing gum for the eyes. Leave your brain at the door. It makes me believe in true love.

Two of the above sentiments have been expressed about Love Island, but there’s no denying that it has taken a romantic stranglehold over the British public.

We’re putting it down to the fact that football is over but then again, this time last year we were all watching England lose to Iceland, so what’s a bigger shitshow between those two?

Anyways, if it’s good enough for Liam Gallagher then who are we to argue with the great man.

Conspiracy theories and fading football careers aside, the show has a devout legion of fans and it appears that they’re all in for a shock this week as the show shakes up its format.

According to The Mirror, “they’re going to split all the boys and girls up so they’ll be in separate accommodation.” Basically, things are going to be like a Catholic boarding school in the ’50s with one house for the lads and another for the ladies.

We reckon that they’re all going to be hornier than rabbits in heat.

The source adds: “Even more newbies are going to be sent in this week to shake things up. It’s going to be the biggest thing to happen to the show. Because of the villa’s remote location, the second house will be in the same town but is far enough away that both groups can get up to whatever they want. The secret location is going to be used for two or three days and new girls will be sent into the boys’ house to test them, and new boys will go into the girls’ house. It’s to test the loyalty of current relationships and it’s going to be explosive.”

We think it’s fair to say that this is the greatest twist in TV history since The Red Wedding in Game of Thrones.


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