Love Island fans claim show is ‘fixed’ after spotting love letters are TYPED out not handwritten

They saw the love letters they read out to one another were typed out – despite the group not having access to computers.

Viewers went onto Twitter to complain after they believed the stars were writing the letters by hand.

At the start of the episode, Jack, Josh, Paul and Wes could be seen writing out their letters on pads of paper.

However when they went to read them out, the letters had been typed out for the stars.

One fan moaned: “Hang on a minute, I swear earlier we saw the finalists writing out they’re speeches on paper with pen yet when the camera films Dani’s speech on the paper it’s typed scripted?”

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Another said: “HANG ON A MINUTE… Why are their speeches typed up? Can they not read their own handwriting? Did it need approval from the production team?”

While a third said: “So they were writing in books but somehow their words are typed…hmmmm who wrote these speeches for them???”

A fourth moaned: “They wrote their letter notes but dani is reading a note that’s been typed.”

One angry viewer asked: “Who typed up these speeches?”

Love Island By Numbers

    • 80,000 applicants
    • 38 contestants
    • 7 on-screen romps
    • 230 bottles of sun cream
    • 2 BILLION Twitter impressions
    • 19 hot dates
    • 200 women Adam Collard claimed he slept with
    • 60 passionate snogs
    • 3.4 million viewers EVERY night on average
    • 567* times Georgia said Loyal
    • £3 million Jack and Dani are expected to make after leaving the villa
    • 18 challenges
    • 58 episodes


    Tonight’s final marks the end of the longest ever series of the hit ITV2 show.

    And it’s arguably been the most popular, with over 3.4 million people tuning in every night on average.

    Over 80,000 people applied to be part of this year’s rollercoaster series, which saw 38 wannabe stars battling to get to the final.

    But only one couple will be walking away with the £50,000 – with Dani and Jack the bookies favourites to be crowned the winners.

    Since leaving the show some of the islanders have found fame in their own right, with Eyal Booker signing up for Celebs Go Dating, and Hayley Hughes carving out a bizarre political career with the help of Nigel Farage.

    The show has been a hot bed for romance and scandal, with The Sun exclusively revealing a bombshell dossier which blew apart the show’s secrets.

    Over two BILLION tweets have been sent about the show by viewers, including from super-fans Stormzy, Stella Creasy MP and Apprentice big-wig Claude Littner.

    This evening’s final instalment is expected to be the most watched of the entire series, with Caroline Flack hosting the show live from the villa.

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