Former Love Island star Amy Day accuses producers of manipulating the show’s narrative

Former Love Island star Amy Day has claimed the ITV show’s producers deliberately manipulated the contestants, adding that ‘everything is fake’

Amy Day has claimed the Love Island producers manipulated the show's story
Amy Day has claimed the Love Island producers manipulated the show’s story

Former Love Island star Amy Day has stated that the producers actively manipulated the contestants for the sake of the show’s story.

Series seven contestant was disappointed by her Casa Amor experience in 2021, revealing she thought it ‘would be a lot more fun than it was’ before entering the villa, reports Daily star.

The 25-year-old was eventually dropped from the hit ITV dating show with partner Hugo Hammond, before Liam Reardon and Millie Court and the pair were crowned champions.

Amy claims the producers told the contestants “when to do everything”, including when to go to sleep.

Amy said she wished she knew “how fake it is” before entering the villa.

She added: “It was more than I thought before I went in.

Amy says she wishes she knew how ‘everything is real’


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“I’m not stupid knowing this is a game show but I think I can wake up at 8am and go swimming and have coffee.

“They don’t control you but they manipulate you.”

Meanwhile, Sharron Gaffka, who co-starred with Amy last year, also made similar statements after she left the show.

Speaking at the time on Capital Xtra, the former civil servant claimed the manufacturers manipulated her “fake girl” goods with Hugo.

Sharon and her close friend Faye Winter ended up in a heated argument with the Gym teacher after he shared his preference for women, noting that he didn’t like “the look fake”.

Sharing towards her fiery seat, she explained, “It’s more than just the comments made in the game, which really annoys me a little bit with those comments.

But she later shared that viewers “didn’t see it all”.

Amy arrives at Casa Amor with Kaila Troy, Lillie Haynes, Salma Naran, Mary Bedford and Clarisse Juliette


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“You can’t see everything that happens and more, when I tell him.”

She added: “It’s not his preference that matters, it’s the negative connotation he used. So for me, I don’t have a problem with his preferences. , everyone has a preference in everything, that’s totally fine”.

“I basically just wanted to tell him, ‘Be a little careful with the language you use’.”

Mirror has contacted ITV for comment.

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