"Do you know there's some weird sponges and they have loads and loads of little circles? It creeps me out."
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.
Love Island star Malin Andersson has opened up about losing her newborn daughter at just a month old. The baby girl, which the reality TV star named Consy, was born seven weeks prematurely in January. Just a few weeks later her mum revealed in an Instagram post that she had lost her first child after the little girl picked up a virus she was too weak to fight off.