Brits rampaging over Australian bombs in new season of Love Island UK

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Released: 5:08 PM EST, Jan 24, 2023 | Updated: 5:11 PM EST, Jan. 24, 2023

Love Island UK viewers have strong opinions about the new Australian bombshells that have arrived at the mansion.

With two contestants from Down Under making their names for themselves, many Brits aren’t happy that the show is choosing non-British islanders.

In the comments section of Love Island’s official Instagram account, fans say the Australian invaders are “not necessary at all”.

Love Island UK viewers have strong opinions about the new Australian bombshells that have arrived at the mansion. (Pictured: Jessie Wynter, who starred in the second Australian season)

Love Island UK viewers have strong opinions about the new Australian bombshells that have arrived at the mansion. (Pictured: Jessie Wynter, who starred in the second Australian season)

Others have pointed to the logistical problems of Brits and Australians finding love living on opposite sides of the world.

“What’s the point of bringing Australians? How will it work if you live on the other side of the world from London?’ said a viewer.

“I do not understand that. Are you going to move your whole life to the UK?’ another questioned.

“I’m from Australia, but why? I love Love Island because it’s British and that ruins it. Aaron isn’t a bomb either… I think he’s too self-absorbed,” wrote one Australian.

With two contestants from Down Under making their names for themselves, many Brits aren't happy that the show is choosing non-British islanders. (Pictured: Aaron Waters)

With two contestants from Down Under making their names for themselves, many Brits aren’t happy that the show is choosing non-British islanders. (Pictured: Aaron Waters)

“There’s an Australian love island for a reason,” added another.

One commented: “Love Island really knows how to destroy their own show… The Australian bombs aren’t necessary at all.”

Meanwhile, others called for whole new contestants rather than bringing back former stars from international seasons.

“I don’t agree with bringing in ex-islanders! Give the opportunity to newcomers, not people who have already played the game. New players can shake it up too,” said one fan.

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In the comments section of Love Island's official Instagram account, fans say the Australian invaders are

In the comments section of Love Island’s official Instagram account, fans say the Australian invaders are “not necessary at all”. Others have pointed to the logistical problems of Brits and Australians finding love living on opposite sides of the world

Aussie bombshells Aaron Waters and Jessie Wynter are new to the South African mansion but are no strangers to the franchise.

Jessie, 26, appeared on Love Island Australia season two where she teamed up with four different boys.

She sparked controversy when she split from Gerard to pursue a romance with Todd.

It comes after Jessie made a shocking sex confession on Monday's episode as the islanders all played a game of Never Have I Ever by the fire

It comes after Jessie made a shocking sex confession on Monday’s episode as the islanders all played a game of Never Have I Ever by the fire

Aaron, 24, was a star on Love Island Australia season 3, making the top three with partner Jess Velkovski.

It comes after Jessie made a shocking sex confession on Monday’s episode as the islanders all played a game of Never Have I Ever around the fire pit.

The conversation turned to getting intimate in public places as the 26-year-old wasn’t shy about revealing anything.

She said: “My most adventurous type was probably on a surfboard, I have really good balance and core strength.”

Jessie's sex confession comes after Love Island fans were ecstatic on Sunday as unlucky Will snuggled up to the gorgeous new bombshell

Jessie’s sex confession comes after Love Island fans were ecstatic on Sunday as unlucky Will snuggled up to the gorgeous new bombshell



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