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Love Island Fans Shocked By 'Vile' Spit Roast Challenge During Pandemic

Love Island Fans Shocked By 'Vile' Spit Roast Challenge During Pandemic

We did feel a bit sick, ngl.

Lucy Devine

Lucy Devine

If you felt a bit queasy watching Monday's episode of Love Island - you wouldn't be the only one.

Some viewers were disgusted by the 'revolting' spit roast challenge which saw the islanders have to transfer all the components of a roast dinner, into the other person's mouth.

The aim of the game was for each girl to then successfully carry the food in her mouth, before placing on the plate hands-free. The winning couple had to make the most presentable roast dinner! You can watch a clip below:

In the segment, the Islanders could be seen swapping the likes of carrots, condiments and gravy (vom) - and viewers on Twitter were so disgusted.

Some were especially shocked that the challenge took place during the pandemic.

One person wrote: "That challenge is so f**king disgusting. did covid teach us nothing??? apparently. smfh."

"Of all the challenges I didn't expect this one to survive Corona," added one.

While another said: "That challenge was disgusting and too long ewwww."

Viewers were pretty grossed out over the challenge (

One added: "What an absolute waste of food! ITV should be well ashamed! Especially given the current climate, loss of jobs etc. All for people's 'entertainment'."

"Imagine if a couple of love island challenges every season didnt revolve around horrendous food waste," tweeted one viewer.

And another said: "That food fight looks revolting. I'm switching off."

Tyla has reached out to ITV for comment.

Teddy and Faye had a kiss in Monday's episode (

Last night's episode saw Rachel sadly dumped from the villa after Teddy chose to couple up with Faye. And the couple seemed to be getting very close towards the end of the episode, after sharing a kiss on the terrace.

We can't wait to see what happens with those two!

Love Island is on weeknights at 9pm on ITV and ITV Hub . The episodes are available to stream on BritBox the following morning.

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Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Entertainment News, TV and Film, Love Island