Love Island viewers said they were left feeling sick after the latest episode of the ITV2 reality dating show.
While it is not a new complaint, tonight’s kissing scenes seemed to be too much for some.
Some fans of the show were unhappy with the the sound levels on the more intimate moments in the villa.
Even voice over, comedian Iain Stirling said: “Ugh, I hate the sound of people kissing,” when Curtis and Amy shared an moment in the Hideaway.
Taking to Twitter , some asked for the microphones to be turned down, one fan said: “Can they take their mics off then they kiss pls cringe sounds.”
Another said: “kissing sounds make me wanna be sick everywhere.”
A third said: “Could the slurping sounds please be muted.”
While a fourth added: “Cannot deal with the kissing sounds in love island… turn down the mics plssssssss”
In tonight’s episode we saw Molly-Mae confuse herself over which boy she fancies, Curtis gave Tommy a bottom massage and Scouser Micheal finally kissed Amber.
Curtis and Amy enjoyed a night in the Hideaway, taking their relationship to the next step by becoming half-boyfriend and half-girlfriend.
Joe and Lucie also went on a paddle boarding date and really enjoyed it.
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