Love Island officially kicked off on Monday evening, but fans are already threatening to complain to Ofcom over Gemma Owen and Davide Saclimenti's kiss.
You can watch a clip of the moment below:
While 10 of the new islanders coupled up at the start of the first episode - as chosen by the public - 'Italian snack' Davide entered the villa later that day, wowing pretty much all of the girls,
And during a game of dares towards the end of the ep, Gemma was tasked with kissing the boy she would most like to share a bed with.
Gemma chose Davide, which was slightly awks considering she's coupled up with Liam.
But fans at home were not impressed, with many unhappy over the age gap between Gemma, 19 and Davide, 27.
"If Gemma is paired with someone above the age of 25 I’m gonna file a complaint with OFCOM #LoveIsland," one viewer wrote on Twitter.
While another added: "If gemma and davide end up together the ofcom complaints are gunna be WILD it’s just so wrong."
And a third said: "If davide and Gemma couple up I'm writing to ofcom."
Others agreed, with another adding: "Ofcom can’t let Davide & Gemma happen."
"If Davide even chats to Gemma I’m calling ofcom and the police," tweeted one viewer.
Another wrote: "If Gemma so much as sets her eyes on this 27 year old man, OFCOM will actually hear from me."
At the end of the episode, viewers watched as Davide was told via text that he must choose an islander to couple up with in the next 24 hours.
Davide's decision will leave one of the boys vulnerable, but who will he choose?!
It seems the majority of the girls were pretty impressed by Davide, with Tasha explaining: “Straight away I was like, ‘Wow. Fit. Hot. Sexy. Hercules'".
While Paige added: "I’m done. I’m ready to get married. I’m ready to have babies.”
While Amber is currently coupled up with Dami, Gemma is with Liam, Indiyah with Ikenna, Paige with Luca and Tasha with Andrew.
For the first time ever, viewers at home were given the opportunity to vote for the islanders they wanted to see coupled up in the first episode.
But after the couples were revealed, people were not impressed, with many unhappy at the pairings the public had chosen.
You can read more on that here.
Tyla has reached out to ITV for comment.
Love Island continues on Tuesday 7 June at 9pm on ITV2.