Many 'Love Island' fans were left reeling a few weeks back when the show sent Dani Dyer footage of Jack Fincham's surprise at seeing his ex at Casa Amor. Dani got very upset and some viewers complained to British broadcasting authority OfCom that the show went too far.

However OfCom have now released a statement saying that they won't be investigating the 2,600 complaints they received any further.

"We carefully considered viewers' concerns about the wellbeing of a female contestant on this established reality programme," a spokesperson said.

"While we understand her distress made for upsetting viewing, we consider that viewers are likely to expect emotionally charged scenes that have been engineered to test contestants' relationships."

The regulator also said they wouldn't be investigating complaints over Adam Collard's behaviour towards Rosie Williams when they broke up, as he was seen smirking while she poured her heart out to him

An Ofcom spokeswoman said: "While we appreciate this made for uncomfortable viewing for some people, we consider that viewers are likely to expect emotionally charged, confrontational scenes involving couples breaking up.

"Other contestants also expressed general disapproval in response to the male contestant's behaviour. We did not, therefore pursue these complaints."

'Love Island' continues tonight on 3e at 9pm.