'Love Island Australia' Fans Spot Random Woman In Villa In Editing Fail
Love Island Australia viewers were left rewinding the show in confusion this week, when a random woman appeared in one of the episodes.
The woman, who does not appear to be a contestant, was seen walking through the villa - and fans think it's one of the producers.
The mystery person could be seen walking past the doorway of the bedroom, but quickly left the shot.
Love Island fans will know that ITV is airing the Australian series (which originally aired two years ago) as the UK version has been cancelled due to coronavirus.
None of the islanders acknowledged the blunder at the time, but contestant Amelia Plummer went on to claim the woman was in fact a producer.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia she said: "We would ask her like 1,000 things... We were probably very annoying."
But that's not the only blunder viewers think they've spotted.
This week, one viewer tweeted an image of another mystery woman seen lurking on the staircase.
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"Who spotted this woman behind the stairs in last night's episode? Of @LoveIsland Australia," they tweeted.
Usually, appearances like this would be cut during the editing process, but it seems these two may have just slipped the net!
Having said that, it is pretty difficult to see the woman's face, so it definitely could have been a contestant at the bottom of the stairs.
Love Island Australia has been keeping us going ever since the announcement that the UK Love Island - as well as the winter version which was expected to air at the start of next year - had both been cancelled.
Who spotted this women behind the stairs in last night's episode? Of @LoveIsland Australia.... pic.twitter.com/nl6erstwLY
- Josie (@Jluscom) July 8, 2020
The Aussie series first aired back in 2018, but has been broadcast every evening in the UK, over on ITV2 - just like our beloved UK version.
It really has been the dose of reality TV we needed! You can catch up on all episodes over on the ITV Hub.
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