Winter Love Island fans beg bosses to ditch ‘awkward’ part of show saying ‘it’s so annoying’ | The Sun

LOVE Island fans have begged the show runners to ditch an "awkward" part of the show, slamming it as "annoying".

Viewers have hit out at the winter series for including long morning catch-up sessions between the Islanders.

Last night, Love Island fans watched on as the boys and girls went over their villa antics in a catch-up over their coffee.

The morning conversations – which see the two groups get together to talk things out – have long been part of the series.

Wednesday night's show saw the five girls sitting on the terrace as they talked about their prospective parters.

However, fans were left bored by the conversation and hit out that producers should ditch the "awkward" chats.

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"The daily morning catch-ups are just completely ruining the show," one said. "It’s so clearly forced and tedious to watch and takes up a lot of the episode."

A second chimed in: "Bin these pointless, redundant morning conversations. Let them talk to each other like normal people."

"I can’t stand how unnatural the conversations are when you force people to socialize in that way," a third added.

"They suck, producers if you’re reading this, please, please stop this," a fourth hit out, while a fifth said: "The morning catch-ups are so boring."

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"It literally sounds like a talking circle I would do with my kindergarteners," a sixth concluded. "Awkward."

It comes after Love Island fans hit out at producers for being "cruel" after letting an Islander into the villa.

Viewers feel that single farmer Will Young is "struggling" in the winter series of the ITV2 reality show and that he should have stayed at home.

The comments come after the villa's single lad was left telling the boys that he was going to 'graft their birds'.

But so far, he has only found himself getting 'pied' by the girls.

Taking to Twitter, one fan asked: "Why did they put Will in there? It seems really cruel to see him struggling."

Another added: "Will needs all the help he can get poor thing, feel like producers intentionally put a awkward one in the bunch, it's getting old ITV."

Love Island continues 9pm tonight on ITV2

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