posted by Josh Lee

YouTuber, author, TV producer?

Here’s an objective truth. Love Island is the best thing to happen to British TV since Beyoncé and Alexandra Burke duetted on X factor back in 2008.

If you’re wondering what Love Island is, it is this.

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Essentially, Love Island brings together 13 buff, sexy boys and girls to compete for £50,000. To win, they have to couple up and work their way into the nation’s heart, so they can avoid being voted off. And as we all know, hormones + hot weather + cash prizes = SHENANIGANS.

Love Island has gripped the nation since it’s been on. But sadly, all good things must come to an end.

With the reality series coming to a close on 24th July, millions of viewers are besides themselves with sadness. Including Zoe.


Being the enterprising genius that Zoë is, she came up with a pretty fab idea for a Love Island sequel.

Goodbye beaches and palm trees, and hello frostbite and unflattering coats – Love Iceland is the next hot thing, according to Zoë.

Em Sheldon came through with challenge concepts; and the whole thing started to seem a little less pie-in-the-sky.

Even the show itself seemed to be on board.

Think we’ve got ourselves a spin-off here!

Although fellow YouTuber Hannah Trigwell seemed pretty set on just keeping things beach-themed 24/7.

Maybe it’s all the semi-nudity (we can’t blame her).


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