Celebrity Love Island fans mourn end of series

Celebrity Love Island fans mourn end of series

Celebrity Love Island fans mourn end of series

Celebrity fans of Love Island have expressed their dismay that the dating show has drawn to a close.

While Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies were voted the winners of the ITV2 reality series, stars including Philip Schofield and Alex Brooker said how sad they were it was over.

Schofield wrote: “Congratulations @LoveIsland that was great fun … and congrats to the winners …. nah, won’t spoil if you haven’t watched CU next yr @ITV2,” while Brooker wrote: “I honestly don’t know what I’m going to do without #LoveIsland in my life. And I’ve got over losing a foot.

Paralympic champion Helen Scott  tweeted: “I don’t want my life back! I. WANT. @LoveIsland.”

Other fans also mourned the end of the series, which has aired ever night for seven weeks.

One wrote on Twitter: “Can’t believe #loveisland is over what am I meant to do now with my evenings considering I have no life.”

Another said: “Can’t even remember what I used to do with my life before #LoveIsland,” while another desolate viewer wrote: “I literally feel heartbroken and so lost now love island is finished” and another said: “I legit feel like a member of my family has died and I have no idea how to cope with the overwhelming grief.”

The series has been a ratings hit for ITV2 and will return for a fourth series in 2018.

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