Love Island Australia is back on our screens in two weeks.
It starts Oct 7, after The Block.
I guess it’s cheap to make thanks to all those Insta wannabes.
And great news for the local waxing, spray tan and hair extension industry.
Who’s still watching Love Island?
It’s rating well in the younger demographic so it looks like it has paid off for Nine.
We are up to finals week, with Thursday the last day.
Erin and Eden look set to win, even though Eden seems the kind of bloke who’d punch someone if you gave him full cream instead of skim milk in his morning protein shake.
The show has struggled to incorporate the Monkster into the action. She’s a funny woman but reducing her role to mainly tottering in every few days to cast someone out takes no advantage of her dry humour. She needs more one on one time with contestants.
What looks to be the tackiest show of the year starts on Go this Sunday at 8:30pm. Sophie Monk is back on our screens with Love Island.
— Love Island AU (@LoveIslandAU) 27 May 2018
Love Island with Sophie Monk sounds like it will be a cross between Big Brother and Bachelor in Paradise.
This article explains it all here.
No air date yet from Nine – and notice it’s on 9Now and Go, not the flagship channel.
Nine has released a promo for Love a Island and it’s super cringeworthy. This show could be so bad it’s good, or just plain bad.
Sophie Monk could regret this more than her decision to pick Stu.
Watch it at the top of this article, and just wait for the guy who says “hola”.