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We might be getting a same-sex series of Love Island

Apparently producers are considering it

Love Island producers are apparently considering a same-sex spin-off of the show to cater to the LGBTQ+ community.

The show's got literally every lad and his Labradoodle hooked (w-t-actual-f will we do when it ends on July 24th, eh?); and now it's being reported ITV2 are in talks to launch a new series in response to viewers' demand.

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Speaking to the Daily Star, a source said: "The heterosexual couples this year have been amazing entertainment.

"But there is a feeling among producers that there could be more representation of the LGBT community.

"In 2017, they know they can’t go on forever pretending the gay community doesn’t exist. It’s only a matter of time."

So is there any truth in this? Well, a spokesperson for the show told OK! Online: "The main stipulation for Love Island applicants is that they are single and looking for love, and we are open to all possibilities."

Totally could be happening, then. YAAAS.

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If you cast your mind back to last summer, you'll remember Katie Salmon and Sophie Gradon provided Love Island's first lesbian kiss; and now we could be getting a whole series of it. Brilliant.

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