Love Island 2021 is on course to be the most complained about of any series as Ofcom log calls from 2000 furious viewers

LOVE Island 2021 is on course to be the most complained about of all series with over 2000 calls to Ofcom in just three weeks on air.

Most have been over bombshell Danny Bibby who dragged the ITV2 show into a race row when he was introduced on July 15th.


Danny was soon kicked out after being voted the least popular Islander along with AJ Bunker – after viewers spotted he'd used a racial slur on Instagram.

ITV allowed Danny to apologise from inside the villa but his appearance on the popular show sparked thousands of complaints to the telly watchdog.

Yet more controversy is set to come this series when the lads return from Casa Amor, as some are likely to have a new lass on their arm.

Liam Reardon is on course to break Millie Court's heart after allowing Lillie Haynes to sleep in his bed on their first night in the second villa.

It wouldn't be the first time fans have complained about a Casa Amor love triangle.

In 2018 viewers were outraged when Jack Fincham and the rest of the original male line-up were sent to Casa Amor where they were joined by six new female contestants – including Jack's ex-lover Ellie.

When Dani Dyer was shown a clip of their meeting, the former Essex barmaid burst into floods of tears as she feared her relationship with Jack would end.

The heartbreaking scenes prompted a surge in complaints to Ofcom, with a whopping 4197 people reaching out.

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ITV told concerned viewers at the time: "We understand your strong feelings towards the clip that was shown to Dani…

"When Islanders agree to appear on Love Island they do so with the aim of finding love. However, they are also aware that they are taking part in a game with a £50,000 prize for the winners.

"We talk at length to all of the Islanders before entering the villa to say that the relationships they form will be tested."



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