Love Island hit with 5,000 Ofcom complaints over Teddy backlash
In all its divine controversy, Love Island has hit the headlines once again after 5,000 Ofcom complaints.
The Casa Amor twist is always central to the show's viewings, with most drama occurring after the cast comes back together in the normal villa. Reports say Teddy was depicted as a villain to partner Faye, who was waiting for him back in the main villa. As a result, she ended up coupling up with one of the newbies after seeing a picture of him kissing another woman.
4,330 of the 5,000 complaints were from people who said the postcard sent back to the original girls in the main villa was "misleading and caused unnecessary distress".
However, on Sunday, Faye soon realised that she made a mistake, smoothing things over with Teddy. The pair shared a kiss, with Faye later telling Sam that she wanted to pursue things with Teddy again and would be sleeping on the day bed with him.
People online are sharing their joy that the couple are back together:
“Teddy and Faye are absolutely winning #LoveIsland, it is really theirs to lose!” one tweet read.
— Jason Okundaye (@jasebyjason) August 3, 2021
"You can tell faye and teddy genuinely like eachother omg," said another.
"Millie had lots of airtime, Hugo had NONE and Faye and teddy are back on. The producers are LISTENING!" wrote another.
"Open the hideaway for faye and teddy after they recouple tomorrow Open the hideaway for faye and teddy after they recouple tomorrow Open the hideaway for faye and teddy after they recouple tomorrow Open the hideaway for faye and teddy after they recouple tomorrow," wrote another who clearly got lost in her excitement.
— nothin (@hinnx2) August 1, 2021