Love Islands Luca claims bosses told p***y boys not to f**k Casa Amor up

Love Islands Luca claims bosses told p***y boys not to f**k Casa Amor up

09/07/2022

Love Island's Luca Bish didn't hold back as he claimed producers instructed him to unleash carnage in the famous villa.

The former fishmonger who found fame on the popular dating show this year has been quite reserved about his experience on the show, until now.

Speaking candidly, Luca claimed producers often spoke to the boys and also instructed him to encourage the blokes to start drama.

READ MORE: Love Island to be 'exposed' in explosive documentary featuring ex-Islanders

His revelation comes amid claims that Channel 4 are preparing for an "explosive" documentary, detailing Islanders' instant rise to fame and the downfall they face when work dries up.

Speaking on Jamie Laing's Private Parts podcast, Luca said: "We were standing there as boys and before we went in, we got called outside the villa and it was like 'Right, you lot are smashing it this year, the show is doing unbelievable, this is Casa Amor, don't f**k it up'.

"I think every boy knew what that meant, hence why you had chaos the first two days or whatever with the boys.

"I went to the beach hit and it was [they were] like 'come on, who do you fancy the most?' and 'why are the boys being such pussies? They can't bottle it now.'

"I was like 'ok, I know what you're saying', went out there and called them a bunch of pussies, told them you've got to do what you've got to do."

Gemma Owen's boyfriend continued: "Before Andrew had to pick that night, I think he wanted to stay single, well, wait for Tasha.

"An exec or something was said where a few boys got it where 'if you are there and your girl comes back with a boy, you don't know if you're going home'.

"Your brain is going, if Gemma potentially came back with a boy or something like that, I knew it wouldn't happen deep down, but if she came back, I could've gone home."

When approached for comment, a spokesperson for Love Island said: "There is no truth to these claims. The decisions made by the Islanders are their own."

Now, ormer contestants from the dating show are believed to be sharing their stories about their experiences on the programme in a documentary titled Reality Check: Life After The Limelight.

Although no names have yet been confirmed for the programme the series will also see former Islanders reflect on going back to their former life once work from their instant fame dries up.

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