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Unless you have been living under a rock for the best month and a bit, you might have heard about a little programme called Love Island. The reality show began its life way back in 2005, when 12 celebrities were sent to live on an island in Fiji in the hope of finding love.
That incarnation of the show was short lived, with only two series being aired. In 2015 it was announced that Love Island would return, only this time it would be on ITV2 and good old civilians would be used instead of celebs.
And whoever decided to bring it back is probably revered as a hero at ITV. Love Island in its current state has been a runaway success. It’s ITV2’s biggest draw, with 2.52 million people on average watching each episode of last series.
With series four in full swing, we take a look at some secrets that past and present Islanders might not want you to know.