Love is in the...island?
and immediately pairing off into couples, and late in the episode, the first of many “intruders” were sent in to ruffle their feathers.
We’ve just watched bachelor in Paradise, and now we’re getting the show’s twin thrust in our faces.
Love Island is so similar to Bachelor in paradise, there are only three differences.
For one, although not a massive change, past bachelorette Sophie Monk is the host, which is an entertaining aspect of the program.
In addition to that, the islanders aren’t the only people who get a say in who stays and who goes.
Love Island also gives power to the public, getting the public to vote on who they think is most compatible, which forces the islanders to try and prove the authenticity of their connection.
Thirdly, the winning couple are given a nice sum of money at the end to “start their new lives together”, because remember they’re meant to be trying to find love, but there’s a catch because are they actually trying to find love or are they just after the fastest way to more money and a life of being recognised.
Lastly, one of the winning pair is given the choice to either share the money or walk away with it all for themselves.
This final decision forces them to answer the ultimate question of what’s better: falling in love or falling into a huge mound of cash?
ANOTHER ONE: Yet another show about finding love with a camera crew watching your every move, only this time, it’s hosted by golden girl Sophie Monk.