Love Island has gripped the entire nation – with a string of famous faces admitted they cant stop watching the ITV2 series.
Adele, Liam Gallagher and Stormzy are just a few of the names who have spoken of their obsession in public.
But the most surprising fan has to be Michael Buble – who actually stopped his performance at BrItish Summer Time to talk about the show.
And, to be honest, who could blame him?
Speaking to the crowd, at his Hyde Park gig, the Havent Met You Yet, 42, singer explained: This isnt a concert, this is Love Island! Its exactly what it is!
And just like Love Island, incredibly classy and sophisticated people are going to come together to connect, to meet, and maybe do it in a swimming pool! I dont know, maybe do it in an open air stadium!
All I know is that TV programme had me at the point when Ellie looked at Georgia and said “You little bitch Ill cut you!”
While we dont quite remember exactly what moment Michael was talking about – or how he even watches the show when he lives outside the UK – were loving that keeps up with the show every night along with the rest of us!
Were glad the dad-of-two is enjoying the 2018 series – but it turns out some viewers arent too impressed by the Islanders antics.
In fact, Ofcom confirmed to Metro.co.uk they received a whopping 303 complaints from fans over the way Samira Mighty has been portrayed on the show.
The West End performer recently left the Majorcan villa, after boyfriend Frankie was dumped from the Island.
And fans lashed out over her mistreatment and distress, with the company explaining they are assessing the complaints.
They also received more than 2,000 messages after Dani Dyer was shown a video of boyfriend Jack Fincham reacting to his ex, Ellie Jones, walking into Casa Amor.
Danny Dyers daughter was seen breaking down over the clip – when in reality he acted like a perfect gentleman the entire time they were apart.
Love Island continues at 9pm, on ITV2.
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