Love is in­land?

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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.

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