Love Island blunder as ITV gets new Casa Amor lads mixed up as they jump into bed with the girls | The Sun
LOVE Island suffered a major blunder last night as producers got the names of the new Casa Amor boys mixed up.
With the new arrivals tucked up in bed beside the original girls on their first night in the villa, their names were overlaid so that viewers knew who was who.
However eagle-eyed fans noticed that they were assigned to the wrong islanders.
Danica and Deji and Gemma and Josh's names were mixed up.
One fan wrote: "Wow, the producers really mixed up the names of the casa boys when they were all in bed hahah."
A second posted: "Lol yeah I can be quite oblivious to editing sometimes but I noticed that they mixed up Josh/Gemma and Danica/Deji as well."
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A third said: "Yeah the entire situation was WEIRD! Considering I thought Josh and Danica was going to share a bed. Then in the make up room Gemma was like I’m sharing a bed with Josh. Awkward…lol something we are missing here?"
Meanwhile tonight's show will contain some shocking moments if last night's teaser is anything to go by.
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In one clip, new girl Summer was seen going in for the kiss with Dami, despite him being in a couple with Indiyah.
Then, a smiling Andrew was seen leaning forward to kiss Coco, despite being coupled up with Tasha.
Viewers were shocked to see the two 'secure' lads kiss other girls, however, it is yet to be seen if the smooches were part of a wider game which would go someway to excusing their behaviour.
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