Fans Are Scared To Watch Love Island Australia In Case They Get Addicted Again
We have all finally got our social lives back after being hit with a serious case of Love Island fever this summer...
But while the news that you are now going to be able to stream the Aussie-version of the reality dating show might have filled the void that Love Island left behind, some fans are actually scared to start binge-watching it.
That's right, viewers have taken to social media to share their fears that they might become addicted to the series all over again, and with the promise of a more dramatic, raunchier and action-packed series, you can see why.
Fans flocked to Twitter, airing their concerns that they could lose their social lives, fail exams and their relationships could crumble if they begin watching the new Love Island series.
"Please nobody let me get into #LoveIslandAU or i will not pass my GCSEs," declared one person on Twitter.
And another echoed: "Can't remember life what life was like pre LIO (#LoveIslandAU Obsession). I'm scared to go back."
"#LoveIsland is over life goes back to normal #LoveIslandAU starts gets obsessed binges every night," shared a third.
While a fourth joked: "Me: I'm so glad I can get my life back now Love Island's over. Also me: What's that you say?? #LoveIslandAU started tonight?? *watches it every night and becomes obsessed*."
Me: I'm so glad I can get my life back now Love Island's over.- Charlotte McIntyre (@CharlyMcIntyre) August 13, 2018
Also me: What's that you say?? #LoveIslandAU started tonight??
*watches it every night and becomes obsessed*
Me: I'm so stressed, I have so much uni work and an exam to prepare for Also me: let's catch up on #LoveIslandAU- La Toya Pinner (@LaToya_Pinner) June 5, 2018
Just like the UK version of the reality series, there was plenty of muggy drama and people doing bits, as well as a hilarious narrator - on the Aussie show it was Irish Eoghan McDermott rather than our fave Iain Stirling.
Sophie Monk was the show's own Caroline Flack, revealing the results of the public vote and ultimately dumping the Islanders from the programme.
The Aussie show landing on ITVBe and the ITV Hub on Monday, so you can already watch it... if you dare.
Featured Image Credit: Channel 9/Love Island Australia