Love Island: Is Love Island 2019 scripted?

Love Island sees singletons enter the villa in order to couple up and hopefully find love. However, given the constant drama, some viewers have wondered whether the ITV reality show has producer interference. But is Love Island actually scripted?

Is Love Island scripted? 

No, Love Island is not scripted by producers or anyone else behind the scenes. 

A spokesperson for ITV confirmed this to after fans recently speculated on elements of the show.

Love Island is described as a reality TV show following a group of contestants looking for love and competing to win a £50,000 prize.

Viewers have been wondering if moments were scripted after some fans took to Twitter to voice concerns after last night’s episode (June 16).

One user tweeted: “Feel like that Tommy and Lucie whispering scene was scripted.”


There have been rumours that the show contained scripted elements after viewers noticed continuity errors during previous episodes.

One viewer noticed that Yewande and Anna switched seats during between two shots in the episode on Friday, June 14.

However, ITV debunked the theory that the show is any way scripted or fixed with a statement.

A spokesperson said:  “No the show isn’t fixed.”

There were also rumours that Tommy Fury and Maura Higgins knew each other before they entered the villa.

ITV confirmed: “Maura and Tommy hadn’t met prior to being in the villa.”


Contestants in previous seasons have spoken about producer interference in interviews.

Tyla Carr, who was a contestant on the 2017 show, said in an interview with the Daily Star last year: “What viewers don’t see is there is always a producer on site. 

“They don’t live in the villa with us but someone generally comes in every hour to have a chat. 

“They would often tannoy an announcement asking for someone to come to the sofa to have a chat with one of the producers.

“They tell you what they want you to talk about, and who with.”


However, at the time a Love Island spokesperson said: “It is absolutely untrue to suggest Love Island is fake. The opinions they have 

and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.

“As we have said since series one, Love Island is a combination of reality and produced elements. Any produced elements are designed to allow viewers to understand what the Islanders are feeling and to help move narrative threads on.”

Love Island 2019 continues on ITV2 tonight (June 17) with the contestants voting who are the least compatible couples on the show.

Viewers will also be introduced to two new boys who will be going on dates with single contestants Maura Higgins and Anna Vakili.

Love Island 2019 continues on weeknights and Sundays at 9pm on ITV2.

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