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.
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) May 27, 2019
Obviously we're already rooting for Dublin's own Yewande Balia, and it seems we're not the only ones.
— zoe 🇬🇭 ☆ ｡*: (@zoesenaa) May 27, 2019
Anyone who slanders Yewande is getting dragged, a melanin queen that also has a higher pay than some of you hoes. I stan! We love a melanin scientist! #LoveIsland
— t 🕷️ (@tonykordei) May 27, 2019
— Levi Ackermans baby mum 🐝 (@wisetree98) May 27, 2019
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.
— tasha louise | 𝙰𝚞𝚝𝚞𝚖𝚗 🍂 (@eds_afterglow) May 27, 2019
— Rishma Dosani (@Rishma_Dosani) May 27, 2019
Every year.... like I’m seriously tired of the influencers they get, bro give me some people with SUBSTANCE! https://t.co/GsUm3EFRz4
— Henny Corleone 🐐 (@HennessySmooth) May 27, 2019
— Benny (@Beno_ldn) May 28, 2019
— samah (@sxmxhhh) May 27, 2019
Others have criticised the show, both in light of the death of former contestants and the impact it has on viewers.
love island’s definition of plus-size is disturbing pic.twitter.com/SxdoiwZiUA
— 𝙢𝙖𝙙𝙨 (@notmaddieowen) May 27, 2019
But we really think this sums up how we're all feeling.
— Milena Sanchez🇨🇴🌈 (@Milenasanchezx) May 27, 2019
'Love Island' kicks off on Monday night at 9pm on Virgin Media Two.
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