Do Love Island stars know about England’s Euros success or our new prime minister?

Have Love Island stars told been about England's Euros success or our new prime minister? ITV/Getty Images

How much do the Love Island contestants know about what’s going on in the outside world? (Picture: ITV/Getty Images)

Love Island stars have been separated from the real world for over a month, as they attempt to find a romantic connection.

Going off the grid in pursuit of a soulmate involves some sacrifices. Each contestant must give up their mobile phone, which means no calls to their mum to verify their thoughts on potential partners, a complete blackout on social media, and perhaps worst of all, not being able to read

Their disconnect from what is going on means that they won’t be getting the same news that is unavoidable for the rest of the country.

It’s been a pretty eventful few days to say the least with a new prime minister moving into 10 Downing Street and the England football team’s Euro success, but they could be none the wiser.

‘So weird that none of the people in Love Island know we’re in the Euros final nor that we have a Labour PM,’ marvelled Amy Fenson.

‘Wait these islanders don’t even know we have a Labour government and we are in the Euro finals that’s so crazy,’ added Blackberry babe, with the sentiment liked by over 11,000 people. ‘They’ve missed so much tea.’

Wait these islanders don’t even know we have a Labour government and we are in the Euro finals that’s so crazy #loveIsland

— 𝘉𝘭𝘢𝘤𝘬𝘣𝘦𝘳𝘳𝘺 𝘣𝘢𝘣𝘦 🇬🇭🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 (@jxnnyway) July 10, 2024

While it’s true ITV do try to keep their cast away from outside influences, will they be making exceptions? Let’s take a look…

Will Love Island stars watch the Euros 2024 final?

England were celebrating last night (Photo by Jargen Fromme/Firo sportphoto/Getty Images)

After a nail-biting semi-final between England and Netherlands, Gareth Southgate’s team have progressed to the top two after Ollie Watkins came off the bench to score a sensational 90th-minute wonder.

England will be taking on Spain, and if they are victorious it will be the England men’s team lift their first trophy since the World Cup in 1966. (The England Lionesses of course won the Euros in 2022).

Finding the person you want to spend forever with is important for a lot of people, but some would argue witnessing such a historic event is of equal gravitas.

When contacted for comment by Metro, a representative for Love Island said: ‘Confirming we will be doing something around the euros for Sunday, the islanders will be watching. It’s likely there will be a nod to it in the show or aftersun at some point either Sunday or Monday. More details to follow.’

Looks like the viewing party will go both ways, as the England squad did reveal they are up to date with Love Island in a weird turn of events.

Harry Kane scored the first goal of the match after being awarded a penalty (Picture: Jargen Fromme/Firo sportphoto/Getty Images)

This follows a precedent set in 2021, last time the England men’s team reached the Euro finals, …read more

Source:: Metro


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