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Love Island viewers make same demand after 'shocking' latest announcement

Love Island viewers make same demand after 'shocking' latest announcement

ITV viewers have been reacting to the news

The weather may be a tad meh, but there's one thing that's sure to get us into the summer feeling - Love Island.

Yep, fans of the ITV show were buzzing after this week's exciting line-up announcement with the countdown now in full swing.

However, Love Island, which is set to kick off next Monday (3 June), has since rubbed some viewers up the wrong way with many now all making the exact same demand following its 'shocking' announcement.

The popular dating show will take place in a villa in Mallorca for another year, and of course the beautiful Maya Jama has been handed the presenting reigns once again.

This year's contestants include; Munveer Jabbal, Patsy Field, Ronnie Vint, Nicole Samuel, Samantha Kenny, Ciaran Davies, Mimii Ngulube, Sam Taylor, Ayo Odukoya, Jess White, Harriet Blackmore and Sean Stone.

Last night (28 May), the official Love Island account took to X to reveal that viewers will now be treated to a second season of All Stars.

The announcement was met with quite the backlash, prompting a pretty heated response from many people not down with the idea.

The Love Island line-up was announced earlier this week on Monday (27 May). (ITV)
The Love Island line-up was announced earlier this week on Monday (27 May). (ITV)

One X user hit out: "Seriously? Last one wasn't great."

"No one asked for this," slammed a second while a third piped up: "You really going to make me watch this again. Are you even going to have enough Islanders who want to come back?"

A fourth penned: "Kindly keep it. You could barely find entertaining Islanders for the first season and got low views so what makes you think having a season 2 will be a great idea?"

Someone who dubbed themselves 'Love Island's number 1 fan' added: "Even I’m shocked. I don’t think All Stars was bad cause Georgia S delivered but we don’t want another."

"Literally may as well just confirm Love Island’s death…" blasted another. "This is sad now, just squeezing out the last bits of commercial revenue it can get from it first."


Others, however, were clearly a lot more buzzing for the upcoming series with one fan writing: "I'm sat."

"Oh! Series 1 was outstanding btw," praised a second.

A third chimed in: "We can’t wait!"

"Bring it on," exclaimed a final X user.

Love Island starts on 3 June at 9pm on ITV2.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: ITV, Love Island, Social Media, TV And Film, Reality TV