Love Island fans in disgust yet again over the show's 'squelchy' kissing noises
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"These kissing sounds got me feeling like I’m watching a mukbang or something!"
Love Island fans are feeling pretty grossed out after last night's steamy episode. Episode four saw the villa rise in temperature as the light's went down and four Islanders locked lips for the first time.
We saw Connor and Sophie share their first kiss as well as Leanne sneaking off to the Doghouse to share a moment of passion with Mike and although it's great to see some love in Love Island, fans were feeling the gawks.
Speaking about how amplified the kissing noises are, many viewers turned to Twitter to share their disgust at how aurally "disgusting" the scenes were.
— Laura (@ElleEmSee) January 15, 2020
Can they please mute people’s mics when they’re kissing, the noise makes me feel sick ?? #LoveIsland
— lafayeet (@evandavies3791) January 15, 2020
Two things that should be muted on #loveisland...
1. People kissing
2. When the twins start talking
— Zoe (@ZoeShiels) January 15, 2020
— M O L L I E (@Larry_Harry_) January 15, 2020
can the ITV producers PLEASE STOP TURNING THE MICS UP WHEN PEOPLE START KISSING. thank you. #LoveIsland
— efe (@TheEfeGrace) January 15, 2020
Others also noted how the "kissing ASMR needs to be left in 2019" while others called on for a petition to get the kissing noises muted.
Aside from that, last night's episode proved to be a juicy one as we saw new arrivals Welsh model Connagh Howard, 27, and recruitment consultant Finley Tapp, 20, join the villa.
Tonight we'll see what lucky girls they choose to take on a date.
Love Island returns to Virgin Media One at 9pm.