Love Island fans notice Islanders have pictures of themselves as phone screensavers

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Love Island fans spotted an unusual detail about the Islanders' phones in Wednesday's episode – they all have photos of themselves as screensavers.

Each Islander is given a phone to use in the villa, and while they are not able to contact the outside world, they can text each other, take photos and receive updates from producers.

As Wednesday night's episode aired, plenty of fans spotted that each Islander has an unexpected lock screen image – a snap of their own face.

Many viewers then used social media to discuss how weird it is to see people looking at a picture of themselves every time they picked up their phone.

One viewer tweeted: "DO THEY ALL HAVE A SCREENSAVER OF THEMSELVES #LoveIsland."


Another fan asked: "Wait do the islanders have to have a picture of themselves as their screensaver? F**k looking at that every time I get a text #loveisland."

A third added: "amy having herself as her home screen on her phone #loveisland."

As the phones are given to Islanders as props, we suspect that the screensavers are assigned so producers know which phone belongs to which Islander.

While the mobiles tend to only be used when producers are alerting the Islanders to an upcoming challenge, recoupling or dumping, Liam Reardon decided to try and use his to win back Millie Court last week.

Liam, who had betrayed Millie during his time at Casa Amor with Lillie Haynes, thought he'd come up with a plan to get back in her good books by texting her a photo of them together in happier times with the caption: "What a beautiful view."


But Millie looked confused and unimpressed as she told the other girls "I don't get it" and questioned why he would call a photo of himself a "beautiful view".

She replied with a brutal put down as she cropped Liam out of the photo and sent it back to him.

Meanwhile, it was bad news for six of the Islanders in Wednesday's show as they were given the news that they were in danger of being dumped.

Hugo Hammond, Amy Day, Mary Bedford, Sam Jackson, Tyler Cruickshank and Clarisse Juliette are all up for dumping from the show after receiving the fewest public votes. In Thursday's episode, four of the six are expected to be told that they are leaving the villa.

Love Island continues on ITV2 at 9pm.

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