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All countries
551,915,737
Confirmed
Updated on June 30, 2022 10:31 am
All countries
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Recovered
Updated on June 30, 2022 10:31 am
All countries
6,356,518
Deaths
Updated on June 30, 2022 10:31 am

Love Island bosses ‘take action amid talks hopefuls have DUMPED partners to get on the show’


Love Island bosses have reportedly had to take action after it was suggested that that some hopefuls have been dumping their partners to get on the show.

The Sun reports that wannabe islanders have been keeping their relationships a secret and in some cases have even split up in a bid to secure a place on the ITV dating show.

But the publication adds that this move allegedly didn’t wash with show bosses as they reminded potentials show stars that they have ‘no interest in fame seekers.’

Uh oh: Love Island bosses have reportedly had to take action after it was suggested that that some hopefuls have been dumping their partners to get on the show

Uh oh: Love Island bosses have reportedly had to take action after it was suggested that that some hopefuls have been dumping their partners to get on the show

A source added to the publication that one budding islander, who was in talks with show bosses, was said to have promised their partner that they’d ‘get back together’ after the show after being unable to give up the opportunity to become famous. 

An insider told the The Sun: ‘Love Island bosses has no interest in fame seekers. They’re savvy to Islanders who think the show is a quick fix to fame and fortune.

‘As has always been the case, Love Island bosses cast single Islanders who are looking for love. Nothing else will fly with them. Viewers tune in to watch relationships blossom, it’s as simple as that.’

A Love Island spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Our only stipulation is Islanders must be over 18, single and looking for love.’

Not having it: The publication adds that this move allegedly didn't wash with show bosses as they reminded potentials show stars that they have 'no interest in fame seekers'

Not having it: The publication adds that this move allegedly didn't wash with show bosses as they reminded potentials show stars that they have 'no interest in fame seekers'

Not having it: The publication adds that this move allegedly didn’t wash with show bosses as they reminded potentials show stars that they have ‘no interest in fame seekers’

ITV have yet to reveal who has made it into the villa, but it’s said that the selection process involves extensive questioning about a potential cast member’s relationship status. 

It comes as the excitement for series eight is already amping up as Love Island has shared its first teasers for the show proclaiming itself to be the ‘OG of love’ compared to other rival dating shows.

The two animated promos aired on TV for the first time on Saturday night during ITV‘s Britain’s Got Talent advert break.

Love Island said: ‘Love Island is the OG of dating shows and after 7 years of matchmaking, marriages and babies, for 8 weeks this summer, we’re officially owning love. So stand down all you pretenders – Love Is Ours.’

Shocking: The Sun reports that wannabe islanders have been keeping their relationships a secret and in some cases have even split up in a bid to secure a place on the ITV dating show

Shocking: The Sun reports that wannabe islanders have been keeping their relationships a secret and in some cases have even split up in a bid to secure a place on the ITV dating show

Shocking: The Sun reports that wannabe islanders have been keeping their relationships a secret and in some cases have even split up in a bid to secure a place on the ITV dating show

The preview cheekily poked fun at shows Naked Attraction, Celebs Go Dating and Ex On The Beach, by showing a TV with the title ‘Naked Celebs Go Dating On A Beach.’

A pink trainer squashes the TV, before the word ‘LOVE’ with a flag saying ‘WE OWN IT’, comes up next to the iconic Love Island pool and a little animated Millie Court with her keyboard from the infamous talent show last season.

Earlier this month it was claimed the ITV2 show’s new sexy, young cast were just days away from filming the advert. 

No way: A source added to the publication that one budding islander, who was in talks with show bosses, was said to have promised their partner that they'd 'get back together' after the show after being unable to give up the opportunity to become famous

No way: A source added to the publication that one budding islander, who was in talks with show bosses, was said to have promised their partner that they'd 'get back together' after the show after being unable to give up the opportunity to become famous

No way: A source added to the publication that one budding islander, who was in talks with show bosses, was said to have promised their partner that they’d ‘get back together’ after the show after being unable to give up the opportunity to become famous

A source told The Sun: ‘The schedules are being put together now and fans can expect a long, hot summer of fun from the villa from June 6.

‘Filming for the promotional adverts is beginning in the next couple of weeks and the ads will start in May. 

A representative for ITV told MailOnline at the time: ‘It’s too soon for us to confirm the schedule.’ 

Meanwhile, Love Island is reportedly set for another series’ as ‘bosses begin plans for a 2023 winter’ edition, just weeks before the summer cast are set the enter the villa.  

First look: Love Island has shared its first teasers for its eight series proclaiming itself to be the 'OG of love'

First look: Love Island has shared its first teasers for its eight series proclaiming itself to be the 'OG of love'

First look: Love Island has shared its first teasers for its eight series proclaiming itself to be the ‘OG of love’

ITV aired its first winter series in South Africa in January 2020,  which was won by Paige Turley and Finn Tapp, having previously started in June every year since 2015.

Plans for a second winter series were shelved in 2021 amid concerns surrounding the pandemic, but according to The Sun, it is set to make a comeback.

A source revealed to the publication: ‘Love Island bosses enjoyed the one and only series of Winter Love Island, but it was just before the pandemic raged so was shelved for 2021. 

‘When they started casting for this summer’s series they thought there’s definitely enough talent to do a second series again so have started the plans for a 2023 Winter Love Island.

Teaser: The preview cheekily poked fun at shows Naked Attraction, Celebs Go Dating and Ex On The Beach, by showing a TV with the title 'Naked Celebs Go Dating On A Beach'

Teaser: The preview cheekily poked fun at shows Naked Attraction, Celebs Go Dating and Ex On The Beach, by showing a TV with the title 'Naked Celebs Go Dating On A Beach'

Love Island said: 'Love Island is the OG of dating shows and after 7 years of matchmaking, marriages and babies, for 8 weeks this summer, we're officially owning love'

Love Island said: 'Love Island is the OG of dating shows and after 7 years of matchmaking, marriages and babies, for 8 weeks this summer, we're officially owning love'

Teaser: The preview cheekily poked fun at shows Naked Attraction, Celebs Go Dating and Ex On The Beach, by showing a TV with the title ‘Naked Celebs Go Dating On A Beach’

‘The series generally is really important for them as it attracts the all-important younger viewers, so if they can get a second series in one year then everyone will be delighted. 

The winter series concluded in February 2020, just weeks before the global coronavirus pandemic began with Prime Minister Boris Johnson enforcing a lockdown.

Alongside winners Finn and Paige, the cast included Demi Jones, twins Eve and Jess Gale, Natalia Zoppa, Luke Mabbott and Shaughna Phillips. 

All new! Meanwhile, Love Island is reportedly set for another series' as 'bosses begin plans for a 2023 winter' edition, just weeks before the summer cast are set the enter the villa (Paige and Finley Tapp announced as winners by Laura Whitmore in February 2020)

All new! Meanwhile, Love Island is reportedly set for another series' as 'bosses begin plans for a 2023 winter' edition, just weeks before the summer cast are set the enter the villa (Paige and Finley Tapp announced as winners by Laura Whitmore in February 2020)

All new! Meanwhile, Love Island is reportedly set for another series’ as ‘bosses begin plans for a 2023 winter’ edition, just weeks before the summer cast are set the enter the villa (Paige and Finley Tapp announced as winners by Laura Whitmore in February 2020)

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk



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