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 ☆ ｡*: (@zoeankude) 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
— ~ Tony (@tonykordei) May 27, 2019
— Liz (@Oluwathanos) May 27, 2019
— diddy (@dxmss_) May 27, 2019
i swear to god if there’s a repeat of what happened w samira last year w yewande in this year’s love island i’ll fly down and couple up w her myself
— Emily (@emilyexlr) 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 ☁️ (@eds_shirtsleeve) 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
— BAD BOY WINTER (@HennessySmooth) May 27, 2019
— Benny James (@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 shouldn’t be on telly. It has already cost one life. And other people who’ve been on the show saying it was terrible for their mental health. And god knows how many viewers it will have impacted negatively. It’s time media understood it has a responsibility to health.
— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) May 28, 2019
love island’s definition of plus-size is disturbing pic.twitter.com/SxdoiwZiUA
— mads (@aftersh0w) May 27, 2019
Wonderful to see that after love island made such a big deal about how this year they were going to be ‘inclusive’ of all body types they have yet again only represented one body type, sorry hun can’t relate! #LoveIsland2019
— Livv Waite💋 (@Livvwaitexx) May 27, 2019
A few weeks ago there was so many tweets about love island needing to be cancelled due to mental health...the cast has now been revealed and all I’m seeing is tweets slagging them off ??????????
— C H L O E L S T O K E S (@CHLOELSTOKES) 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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