Love Island contestant Shaughna Phillips believes she had coronavirus - while she was on the show. She took to Instagram to share her thoughts, saying she fell ill during filming and that she struggled to breathe. It's unlikely that she did
The way people argue in EastEnders promotes the idea that relationships should be “volatile”, she adds.
Caroline Flack described the inner turmoil over her arrest for allegedly assaulting her boyfriend in a previously unseen social media post shared by her family. The 40-year-old former Love Island presenter said "her whole world and future
Ollie Williams has quit Love Island after just three days in the villa. The reality star, 23, who is heir to the Lanhydrock estate in Cornwall, walked out of the show after realising he is still in love with his ex-girlfriend. The news comes just a
Love Island has received more than 200 complaints over the inclusion of Ollie Williams as a contestant, following reports he is involved in "trophy hunting". Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom confirmed it had received 231 complaints after
Rochelle Humes' little sister, twins and a former Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist who used to date Lewis Capaldi are among the ladies on the new series of Love Island. A total of seven women will be moving into the villa in South
Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury has declined an offer from ITV2 bosses to go to the Love Island villa to visit his brother Tommy Fury, who is heading to the final with his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague. Tyson, 30, turned down the chance to see Tommy,
Following one islander's shock exit from the villa, the blonde bombshell is ready to reveal all the behind the scenes since leaving the show. Love Island, the nation's most-watched reality TV show, features a bunch of hot singletons who
"Do you know there's some weird sponges and they have loads and loads of little circles? It creeps me out."
Late arrivals Tommy Fury and Curtis Pritchard will ruffle feathers in the Love Island villa as the show begins on Monday night. In scenes set to air on ITV2, celebrity contestants Fury and Pritchard, the respective brothers of former heavyweight
Love Island bosses have defended the lack of body diversity in the show’s latest line-up of contestants. ITV previously suggested that the new cohort of singletons would reflect the “experiences and diversity of [the] audience,” but fans and former participants were left confused as the class of 2019 appeared to conform to a specific body type. Former contestant Alexandra Cane, who appeared on the show in 2018, asked “Where the curvy girls at?” while 2016 star Malin Andersson wrote: “And I thought they would have some diversity.