Disgusted Love Island fans blame fetish for cut scenes of Luca sucking Gemmas toes

Disgusted viewers of Love Island have said the producers have a "foot fetish" after showing scenes of Luca Bish sucking on Gemma Owen's toes were shown on Saturday night's show.

Viewers took to Twitter to share their thoughts about the incident, which showed Luca giving Gemma a foot massage before putting her toes in his mouth.

Fans were decidedly unimpressed by the scenes, with many of them reacting with disgust as they posted on social media.


In reference to Jake Cornish's obsession with toes last year, another viewer said: "Luca needs to have shame even Jake didn't suck toes on camera for a full 2 minutes."

This is far from Love Island's first controversy with feet, with viewers quick to call out the producers at the start of the 2020 series, saying they had a "foot fetish".

Meanwhile, in the first episode this year, Dami Hope was challenged to suck Amber Beckford's toes during a game which led to a reaction from viewers on Twitter.

In this instance, one person wrote: "The producer with a foot fetish sneaking the toe sucking dare in every year."

Another said: "Naah these #LoveIsland producers must have a foot fetish, why is there so much toe sucking."

A third echoed: "One day we will find out which producer has a toes kink because this has gone on too long."

In Friday night's episode, before the toe drama, Luca was finally able to recouple with Gemma after being picked by then-newcomer Danica Taylor the week before.

The pair had grown close prior to the separation, with Luca seemingly infatuated with Gemma, but some fans are question whether Michael Owen's daughter feels the same way.

Some are even beginning to suggest that Gemma may decide to leave Luca once the Islanders are split during Casa Amor.

This is when the producers take the male contestants away to a rival villa, where they introduce them to a whole new set of female Islanders in the hope they might stray.

Meanwhile, back in the main villa, a new group of male contestants are added into the mix to test the strength of their new relationships.

The twist is reportedly set to hit screens from 4 July, with an insider from ITV2 reportedly telling The Sun: “Just when the Islanders start to get comfortable in their couples, they are going to get a real shock as they are torn apart.

“This year’s Casa Amor promises to be the most explosive yet thanks to some seriously fiery characters, who have already shown their heads can be turned.”

Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2.