This year, the ITV show has become a halfway house for celebrity offspring, celebrity exes and celebrity half-siblings, and it’s granted it a faint whiff of betrayal.
You can’t swing a cat on winter Love Island without hitting someone related to a famous person.
Tragedy has enveloped Love Island in recent years, with ITV condemned for poor after-care for the show’s contestants, and two former cast members taking their lives.
A few years ago, the closest a Love Island contestant came to fame pre-show was perhaps once being in the same Bridge End nightclub as Spencer Matthews.
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