Love Island fans think Laura Whitmore is hinting at a surprise winter series as she poses with the giant bottle

LOVE Island fans have been convinced by host Laura Whitmore who is hinting that there will be a series of winter dating shows in the works.

The TV presenter can be seen posing next to the giant version of the iconic water bottle for an Instagram moment.

Laura posted a photo with a Love Island water bottle


Laura posted a photo with a Love Island water bottleCredit: instagram
Fans are convinced that the winter Love Island series is being shown


Fans are convinced that the winter Love Island series is being shownCredit: Rex

Laura, 36, put a hand on the giant water bottle as she looked up at it lovingly, jokingly asking her later if they were “thirsty”.

Wearing a blue, tight-fitting black fur-lined short coat and black boots, she tagged her spot at ITV’s Waterhouse Square studio in London.

Fans are convinced that the glamor star is hinting at a new series of ITV2 dating shows with the uploaded video, which was posted on Wednesday.

“Love Island Winter UK 2022?” one fan asked, as a second paying attention asked: “Winter Love Island on the go?”

“In dire need of a new Love Island, I keep revisiting the episodes,” said a third, as a quarter speculated: “Is this a hint? Winter Love Island?”

Laura was then quick to limit the comment section by preventing many Love Island fans from speculating when the next movie would be shot.

The hit show only had a winter series, back in 2020, that was filmed in Cape Town, South Africa, not the Majorca mansion that ITV2 fans recognize.

Paige Turley and her partner Finley Tapp were crowned the winners of the spin-off – with the winter version not selected to follow.

Last year, fans tipped that Laura Whitmore could be replaced with a new presenter after a warm response to her hosting.

The Irish presenter, 36, has had a lukewarm response since taking over from Caroline Flack and angered viewers with her line of questions during the ‘awkward’ reunion show.

Last week, we revealed that ITV’s boss is looking for names to take her place and according to the bookies already has two leads.

Paddy Power offers 8/1 odds for Maya to take over and 12/1 for Emily Atack to go on.

Spokesperson from Irish bookie Paddy Power said: “It is all clear that Laura does not feel the love from viewers after the waves of complaints about Love Island: The Reunion.

“Can Laura be the most complaining boss since Piers Morgan? It certainly looks like there could be another storm brewing in the ITV offices and it may only be a matter of time before Laura Whitmore becomes Laura No-More. ”

Laura faced backlash when the “boring” show was heavily criticized by viewers for a multitude of reasons.

Many considered it “awkward” to watch, while others expressed outrage that Kaz and Tyler were the only finalists who weren’t invited to the sofa for an interview – instead of speaking from their position in front of an audience.

In addition, Laura was accused of being “hypocritical” and “disrespectful” because asked Lillie about the rumors about her and soccer player Jack Grealish – and unimpressed fans beg the host to be replaced next year.

An ITV spokesman said: “Laura has done a fantastic job hosting this year’s show and no discussion has taken place regarding the next series.”

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https://www.thesun.ie/tv/8236702/love-island-fans-laura-whitmore-winter-series-water-bottle/ Love Island fans think Laura Whitmore is hinting at a surprise winter series as she poses with the giant bottle

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