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Love Island received nearly 25,000 Ofcom complaints following Faye Winter and Teddy Soares' blazing row last week.
The record number was in relation to an argument the couple had following the Islanders' Movie Night challenge. During the game, the contestants were split into girls vs boys, and whichever team answered a question correctly was able to choose an unseen clip to watch.
It all kicked off when Faye was shown a clip of Teddy chatting to Clarisse Juliette in Casa Amor, where he told her he was 'technically single' before they kissed during a challenge.
Faye later apologised for her outburst, but fans were pretty shocked, with one tweeting: "Teddy you deserve better mate! Faye is really going over the top over nothing."
While another said: "Catching up on @LoveIsland if teddy spoke to Faye like that he’d have probably been thrown out."
Following the episode, 24,763 people complained.
An Ofcom spokesperson said: "We’ve received a high volume of complaints about last week’s Love Island, which is consistent with a trend of growing complaints about high-profile TV shows.
Earlier in the series, the telly watchdog received another bout of complaints after the Casa Amor postcard was posted through the doors of the main villa.
Ofcom received 4,330 complaints after many found it 'misleading'. After the postcard arrived, many were fuming when Faye was left believing Teddy had been kissing one of the girls outside of a challenge.
Although she had been sleeping on the daybed prior to this, once the card arrived, she started to get to know Sam Jackson before the pair ended up sharing a bed.
Tyla has contacted ITV for comment.
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