Former Love Island stars to feature in tell all docuseries about the show
Should be interesting.
There are some former Love Island fans reportedly set to appear in a new and explosive docuseries that is set to expose the show's secrets.
According to reports, Channel 4 is set to air the spin-off series later this year, with some fan favourite contestants set to star in it.
The new series is said to be titled Reality Check: Life After The Limelight, with former contestants discussing what happened during their Love Island series and what happens once they return to the real world.
According to The Sun, there have not been specific people announced to be joining the series and casting is still said to be underway.
The news comes after Laura Whitmore announced that she would be leaving the show after hosting it for three seasons.
After she announced she would be stepping away from the ITV show after presenting three seasons, she told The Sunday Times that she was limited in the amount she could say to the islanders.
“When they were in the villa, sometimes I wanted to ask if they were OK and couldn’t. But I wouldn’t have done anything differently,” she said.
Also speaking about the controversy that comes with the show, she said she often found it "difficult" not to comment on the show.
“Your face is the front of the show but I am one tiny person and have no producing role so I couldn’t say if I didn’t think something was OK," she added.
“If your child is watching, maybe you should watch it with them and have a conversation. A friend watched with her daughter and told her that it is not OK to say certain things."