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Laura Whitmore snaps back at Love Island fans on Instagram after they slammed ‘boring’ reunion show

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LAURA Whitmore has confronted additional backlash after snapping at Love Island fans on Instagram following complaints in regards to the reunion show.

The “boring” programme, which aired on Sunday night time, was closely criticised by viewers for a large number of causes.

Laura has hit back at the Love Island reunion criticismCredit: Rex
But her defensive posts have riled fans more
But her defensive posts have riled fans extra

Many claimed that it was “awkward” to look at, whereas others have been outraged that Kaz and Tyler have been the one finalists not invited onto the couch for an interview – as a substitute talking from their spot within the viewers.

In addition, Laura was accused of being a “hypocrite” and “disrespectful” for quizzing Lillie on rumours about her and footballer Jack Grealish – and unimpressed fans begged for the host to get replaced subsequent 12 months.

The Irish star wasted no time in hitting back on her social media web page yesterday, along with her rant kicking off as she shared a screenshot of a message from an unimpressed fan.

Addressing the Grealish controversy, the viewer blasted Laura’s “invasive questions”, and identified the hypocrisy of Laura “naming and shaming” journalists for doing the identical to her previously.

Replying, Laura stated she insisted “everyone saw the questions” earlier than the show went on air, including: “Everyone has a choice and everyone has a right to make their own decisions.”

She went on to “clarify some other things”, writing on her Instagram Story: “Hundreds of individuals work on Love Island, my job is to not organise seating preparations. I barely know what seat I’m sitting in earlier than the show as set modifications a lot.

“We invited Kaz to sit down with Toby for his exes section however she did not wish to and it is her option to make.

“Everything is run through with the Islanders beforehand, it’s all about choice! I only ask questions that are pre-approved by the compliance division. A lot of meetings happen before I see the script and then I can add my voice.”

Laura added: “Unlike earlier years, the Islanders weren’t allowed alcohol. Please bear in mind they are simply common individuals who have been nervous on live telly. I’m certain some would have liked a drink for the nerves!

“I, however, had a large glass of wine before the show – having spent the last two series of Celeb Juice not drinking, I owed it to myself.”

She concluded: “If I see anyone giving s**t to our Islanders I will call you out.”

But Laura’s phrases did not wash with fans – particularly her comment about Kaz, with many questioning why being Toby’s ex was her solely path to the couch, regardless of being a finalist.

So completely GLOSSING over the plain query of why KAZ AND TYLER weren’t on the sofa to speak about Kaz and Tyler? Hunny no person cared about Kaz being with with Toby.

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While the opposite three {couples} in final month’s last appeared on the stage collectively to speak to Laura about their journey, Kaz and Tyler remained within the crowd with no invite to the couch.

Taking to Twitter to share a screenshot of Laura’s defence, one fan wrote: “So she admits that Kaz (an OG and finalist islander) was invited up to the couch as a ‘side piece’ to Toby’s journey but her and her mans were not invited up to the couch to discuss their own journey?”

Another agreed: “So totally GLOSSING over the obvious question of why KAZ AND TYLER weren’t on the couch to talk about Kaz and Tyler? Hunny nobody cared about Kaz being with with Toby we cared about the FINALISTS not being treated as the other FINALISTS. But whatever floats your boat.”

A 3rd echoed: “Laura Whitmore saying they invited Kaz as an ‘ex of Toby’ is everything that’s wrong with #LoveIsland and her as a host. Kaz literally helped make the show and was a big existence and part in the villa… and she was a flipping FINALIST.”

One extra wrote: “Kaz was an OG finalist and they choose to treat her as an extension of Toby. Tell me Love island disrespects black women without telling me Love island disrespects black women.”

Laura, who’s married to Love Island’s voiceover star Iain Stirling, landed the position of the show’s presenter final 12 months, making her debut as host in the course of the 2020 winter sequence.

Finalist Kaz was only invited onto the stage as Toby's ex
Finalist Kaz was solely invited onto the stage as Toby’s exCredit: Rex

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