The Islanders aren't even in the villa yet and people on social media have already decided that they're the best/worst things to ever happen to the world. Yup, it's 'Love Island' time alright...

'Love Island' introduced us to our first 12 Islanders last night and if you thought their Q&A profiles were cringey, wait until you see their dancing.

Obviously we're already rooting for Dublin's own Yewande Balia, and it seems we're not the only ones.

Meanwhile, the fact that Tommy Fury brought up that he's the brother of boxer Tyson Fury has plenty of 'Love Island' fans thinking the same thing.

Others have criticised the show, both in light of the death of former contestants and the impact it has on viewers.

But we really think this sums up how we're all feeling.

'Love Island' kicks off on Monday night at 9pm on Virgin Media Two.

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