Love Island fans outraged as popular feature is AXED

Why would they do this to us?

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by Hannah Mellin |
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Love Island 2022 is well under way. It's only been a few days, but so far the public have chosen the couples, we've had 'Italian snack' Davide walk in and captivate every single Islanders (and us at home, WOW) and steal Gemma Owen away from Liam Llewellyn. Plus the arrival of TWO new bombshells, Afia Tonkmor and Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu, have caused utter carnage.

We're so thankful we've got two months left, tbh.

However, viewers have been left FUMING after realising that the show has got rid of one very important feature - the 'tomorrow night' teaser is nowhere to be seen so far.

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gemma and davide on their first date ©ITV Pictures

Love Island fans will know that the booming voice of Iain Stirling teasing tomorrow's drama gets us all going until the next episode, but it has yet to been seen in this year's show.

One fan tweeted, "What happened to the 'next time on love island' like hello what was that part dropped."

Another said, " What happened to the 'next time'??????? #loveisland."

Someone else commented, "I’ve realised Love Island have stopped putting the 'Tomorrow Night' trailers. They better return that immediately. #loveisland".

A fourth added, "Feel pure sh-t just want 'tomorrow night…' back 😭😭 #LoveIsland".

Love Island have yet to confirm that the feature is gone forever, as many pointed out that the teaser only happens when some right juicy drama happens.

Bring it back, please.

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In other Love Island news, you'll probably be pleased to know that the yearly ‘Spit The Roast’? challenge that required Islanders to spit – yes, spit – food and drink into each other’s mouths in the name of love has been axed.

Love Island bosses have officially stopped the challenge for 2022, with executive producer Mike Spencer saying, "We are stepping away from the food challenges as we know them."

Spencer was responding to a Reddit user who posted the following very sensible plea, "Please can you stop making people spit food into each others mouths."

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox.

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