Caroline Flack Admits Love Island Makes Her Cringe

We don’t know about you, but we cannot wait for Love Island to return to our screens.

Caroline Flack will be back, doing what she does best, presenting the ITV2 series that sees a bunch of gorgeous, tanned singles trying to find love.

In case you’re unfamiliar with the TV show (um, where have you been?), the guys and girls have to couple up with one another in order to stay in the game.

As real relationships start to blossom (with all the feelings and dramz), the uncoupled singles have to fight to light a spark in order to be in the running to scoop up the prize money.

Yup, you can imagine how that all goes down.


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According to the Standard, host Caroline has admitted that the whole thing can get a little awkward. When asked if anything on the last series made her cringe, she said: ‘Oh my God, yes, the sex! I had to have my fingers in my ears for certain parts…’

She continued, ‘I could watch it no problem, but I preferred watching it to listening to it. I don’t like hearing those noises!’

Still, Flackers admitted to Radio Times that she’s ‘obsessed’ with the show, just like a viewer, revealing, ‘I was more excited to watch it than be on it’. 

So, what can we expect from this year’s line up?


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Caroline spills, ‘There’s more variety in the cast. Last year they didn’t know what the show was going to be, everything was sort of trial and error, even though it sort of found its feet and got really good.

‘I think this year they know kind of what could happen, so they’ve cast it really well with age and personality. It’s going to be really good.’




Caroline teased, ‘Already there is one like Jonathan’. If you watched it last year, you’ll know ALL about Mr. Clark, who fell head-over-heels for Hannah Elizabeth, even proposing to her at the end of the series (they’ve since split, though).

We’ll forever remember his line, ‘you make me feel like a rainbow’. SIGH.

Love Island returns to ITV2 on May 30, 9pm. And we can hardly wait…