Love Island's Tyla Carr claims the show is staged

The model who appeared on the last series said contestants are told what to discuss by producers.

TV crew will even come into the villa every hour to chat with the stars, she said.

Tyla claimed to the Daily Star: "What viewers don’t see is there is always a producer on site.

"They don’t live in the villa with us but someone generally comes in every hour to have a chat.

"They would often tannoy an announcement asking for someone to come to the sofa to have a chat with one of the producers.


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“They tell you what they want you to talk about, and who with.”

Tyla even says that the Islanders are told they must tell producers if they're planning to have an important chat with someone.

That way they can make sure the mics pick up the confrontation, she said.

If they forget to inform the crew, stars will be forced to film the conversation again.

Tyla added: "Liv Attwood had to dump Sam Gowland twice last year, which was embarrassing for both of them.”


But she did explain the show bosses don't make anyone do anything they want to do.

Instead they prompt stars to bring up certain topics.

The brunette beauty who had flings with both Jonny Mitchell and Theo Campbell last year made the claims as she lifted the lid on her time in the villa.



She also slammed this series as "dull".

A Love Island spokesman said: “It is absolutely untrue to suggest that Love Island is fake.

"The opinions they have and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.”

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