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You Can Get Paid £3,500 To Binge Watch Love Island

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You Can Get Paid £3,500 To Binge Watch Love Island

We've said it before and we'll say it again, keeping up with Love Island is basically a full-time job so what if we told you, you could actually get paid to do it?

Sign us up!

Online platform FandomSpot.com is looking to hire someone to binge watch Love Island and create gripping content for their fandom website.

As if that wasn't enough, you'll get paid a very nice £3,599 for all your hard work.

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Dreamy!

The successful applicant will have to spend three hours a day watching Love Island (Credit: Shutterstock)
The successful applicant will have to spend three hours a day watching Love Island (Credit: Shutterstock)

The job entitled "Love Island Investigator and Editor" requires zero qualifications but instead is "best suited for someone who is a show superfan".

So if you know your "moving mad" from your "mugged off" then you could be in with a chance.

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The successful applicant will have to spend three hours a day watching the show and consume any gossip, mentions, news and blogs about the villa and Islanders.

They will then have to report on all the drama that fans may have missed and create engaging content for the fan website.

The newly recruited role will get paid a one-off payment of £3,599 for the honour.

The job advert says applicants must be 18 or over and have great written English skills.

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Candidates will also need to have a strong internet connection to upload the work to the website and stream the show live.

Laura Whitmore started hosting Love Island last year (Credit: ITV)
Laura Whitmore started hosting Love Island last year (Credit: ITV)

To apply for the job the application form says you have to write in less than 300 words why you are right for the role.

But you've got to be quick superfans.

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This season is flying by so the closing date for all applicants is Thursday 12th August.

However, with the current season coming to an end soon, the job advert adds, "there could be opportunities for the right candidate to create content about future seasons of the show and other similar reality TV series."

Head to the FandomSpot.com website to apply for the role.

Good luck!

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: TV and Film, Love Island

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