Love Island’s Laura Whitmore admits ‘BO and Lynx Africa’ mansion stinks

Laura Whitmore has suggested this year’s Love Island cast not to smell too strong because she says the mansion ‘smelt of BO and Lynx Africa’

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Laura Whitmore cuts her hair before filming Aftersun

Love Island host Laura Whitmore said the villa reeked of Lynx Africa sweat and deodorant.

The 37-year-old TV star has let devoted fans know what the island nation’s current cast smells like – and it doesn’t sound too appealing.

She says the mix of “carpets, fake tans, makeup, BO – and 40 to 50 people” almost make up the stench of the Mallorcan mansion.

Speaking on Alan Carr’s Life’s A Beach podcast, Laura asserted: “It smelled really bad. If you think about it – that’s about 40 or 50 islanders going through it all summer.

The Love Island mansion stinks, says host Laura Whitmore


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“It starts with about 10 or 12 and then more keeps coming in. And they’re like 18-year-olds.

“Carpets, fake tans, makeup, BO… It stinks! It smells like Lynx Africa, you know when they try to cover BO? That’s what it smells like.”

Laura’s revelation comes after she was heavily criticized by Love Island fans who accused her of not doing much to host the ITV2 dating show.

Prior to the show’s return last week, Laura took to TikTok to address negative comments about her presentation skills and told followers that she soon dismissed the negativity.

“Let’s solve this easily, then we can enjoy the juicy portions! See you on Monday,” she wrote, along with a clip of herself responding to some of the comments. acrimonious.

She says there is a mixture of sweat and deodorant Lynx Africa


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“I think it’s ridiculous that Laura flies back and forth – sending guests there!” The first comment was read, prompting Laura to clarify: “The mansion is Mallorca and the Aftersun is London.

“This is the situation for any host, it has always been. If I could stay in Mallorca, I would. But now, I’m flying again [sic] and MORE EFFECTIVE in bringing us new guests and audiences every week. I have it in my contract to offset my carbon footprint,” she explains.

Responding to a viewer who said she had the ‘easiest job on the phone’ and was paid ‘£50k a minute’, Laura set the double standard, as no one asked her husband, Iain Sterling, who recounts Love Island, how much do you earn?

“First, Iain never cared about how much money he made. Why don’t we like women who make money? I wish I earned what was written in the press! I only get paid on the days I work,” she protested.

Laura says it’s “tired” to read all the comments that say she needs to be fired from the show, saying it happens “every year”.

Laura lifted the lid to see how the contestants smelled


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She also addressed criticism that she was “too boring”, as one viewer accused her of being a bad presenter.

“Why didn’t she ask more? What happens to all those pauses!? ‘ they complained.

“Drama darling! If I was on host duty, I would have a lot of jokes,” Laura began.

“But I can’t. I need to be as carefree as possible and trust the process. Last year with social distancing, I couldn’t even hug them! And I’m a hugger,” she said. said more.

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