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    I'm team MAURA

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      Very harsh on Anna, she's lovely.

      I'd rather look at her than Maura, the scrawny BINT
      I’m not into Maura either, not one bit, it’s all about Lucie for me, I’d walk a 100 miles over broken glass to look at her used toilet paper.
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      Hi guys I remember seeing a poster of one of the contestants in a Brighton strip, who was it. I've trying looking for it but can't find it. Thanks

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      Hi guys I remember seeing a poster of one of the contestants in a Brighton strip, who was it. I've trying looking for it but can't find it. Thanks
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      They eat a lot of cereal don't they. Even at night. It's bizarre.
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      Don't know what all the negativity is about tbh. Started watching the show last week. Pleasantly entertained. My brother knows Ian Hart and bought me up to date with affairs regarding Amy, Love Island etc. My daughter loves the show, which until recently I disapproved of but didn't feel it necessary or prudent to restrict her viewing (she's 12). I would often hear her laughing rather uncontrollably whilst watching the show. Anyway, curiosity got the better of me. I watched 10 minutes and now I'm bloody hooked. Every night at 9:30, my daughter and I settle down with a bowl of ice cream for our daily dose of Love Island. All the contestants have come across well, they are all playing the game and having fun doing so. Amy is great, her partner seems cool to. Even Fury is coming across as very un-Fury like, he's a proper specimen. The show is a really good watch, but not to be taken seriously.

      What do we think Amy was referring to when she said "it's huge" whilst cuddled up in bed with Curtis? Snigger.
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      What do we think Amy was referring to when she said "it's huge" whilst cuddled up in bed with Curtis? Snigger.
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      Don't know what all the negativity is about tbh. Started watching the show last week. Pleasantly entertained. My brother knows Ian Hart and bought me up to date with affairs regarding Amy, Love Island etc. My daughter loves the show, which until recently I disapproved of but didn't feel it necessary or prudent to restrict her viewing (she's 12). I would often hear her laughing rather uncontrollably whilst watching the show. Anyway, curiosity got the better of me. I watched 10 minutes and now I'm bloody hooked. Every night at 9:30, my daughter and I settle down with a bowl of ice cream for our daily dose of Love Island. All the contestants have come across well, they are all playing the game and having fun doing so. Amy is great, her partner seems cool to. Even Fury is coming across as very un-Fury like, he's a proper specimen. The show is a really good watch, but not to be taken seriously.

      What do we think Amy was referring to when she said "it's huge" whilst cuddled up in bed with Curtis? Snigger.
      You’re right & I agree. I only watched it last year as Mrs like it and it was pleasantly good. Just got to be light hearted about it. It’s actually very educational from a human psychology perspective as well. And good for relationships - chatting about how to deal with situations etc - we love it. But it’s easy to criticise & I get that (nothing like TOWIE etc which are made up shit). However most who criticise have never watched it properly and also Wozza did say please don’t post on the thread if your intention is just to slag the show off. In fact why even open the thread if you don’t like it?! Seems odd that people do this.
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      Just to pick up on the editing aspect. What is becoming more apparent is just how evident this now is, used to be something few people were aware of. However, nowadays the secret is out on that front. Drama=ratings and the production team will be pushing certain storylines by cutting and editing the footage to create that narrative arc.
      Back in the early days of Big Brother they had the live stream but ditched it because it prevented them from doing exactly this (i.e. create stories through misrepresentation).

      A real eye opener was a drama called UnReal. It was a US drama about a reality TV show and looked at what went on behind the scenes. It's fictional but the techniques and strategies seem very close to reality (I suspect a lot of truths were behind these).

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