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Love Island fans were up in arms tonight as they took to social media to beg producers to turn down the contestant’s microphones.
The programme was plauged by sloppy smooches after Islanders took their budding relationships to the next level.
After the contestants took part in raunchy races – a competition where they had to kiss each other in order to beat the opposing villa – the Islanders failed to wind their tongues back in.
Anna and Ovi were locked in a sloppy embrace, while Stevie pulled in Lucie for their first kiss on the balcony.
Fans were soon reaching for their remote controls to turn down the volume.
One wrote: “I don’t know how much more kissing my ears can endure.”
“Can the producers turn the f***ing mics down, I can’t stand stand that noise”, a second exclaimed.
While a third put: “Oh dear lord why are the mics extra loud on all this kissing tonight?”
On tonight’s episode, Lucie found herself in yet another love triangle as both Stevie and George vyed for her affections.
Earlier, Stevie went in for a kiss with Lucie as they enjoyed an intimate chat on the terrace, even though the surfer had been sharing a bed with George whilst in Casa Amor.
Confiding in the Beach Hut, Lucie admitted: “Stevie is very confident which I like and he just went in for a kiss. I’m literally in the middle 50/50 between George and Stevie. Yet again I’m in the middle, it’s a hard decision right now.”
However, soon after Lucie kissed Stevie, she soon found herself kipping next to George, while Stevie slept on the day beds outside.
One viewer wrote: Wait, why did Lucie sleep in the same bed with George if she was kissing Stevie? I’m confused.”
“I want Lucie to bring both George and Stevie back to the villa”, a second put.
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