Laura Whitmore warns that Love Island game players ‘get found out quickly’

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It's time, people – Love Island 2021 is finally happening. Laura Whitmore is in Majorca, Iain Sterling is ready and waiting to narrate all the juicy goings on and the Islanders are prepping for what will surely be the wildest ride of their lives.

The hit reality show will no doubt pull in millions of viewers, so it’s easy to see why some contestants might be tempted to put their game faces on. However, Laura has warned that playing it fake won’t get them very far.

When asked what her top tip for the incoming Islanders would be, Laura advised: “Be yourself. Eight weeks is a long time. If you try to play a game, you’re going to get found out quite quickly.”

The show hasn’t even started and there’s already gossip flying around – from Chloe Burrowsbacktracking on affair claims to Hugo Hammond and Shannon Singhboth being accused of ending romances shortly before signing up to the show.

New mum Laura, who will be meeting the contestants when they enter the villa for the show’s premiere, added: “I love trying to guess who I think they’ll choose. I never get it right.”

Laura, who married her partner Iain in a secret ceremony in Dublin last November and recently gave birth to their daughter, has admitted that she’s “so excited” to be returning for her second stint on the show.

“We all need a bit more love and fun in our lives. I’ve never seen the villa in Majorca so I’ll probably be there fangirling. I need to remember I’m there doing a job,” she added.

Laura hosted the 2019 winter version of the Love Island in South Africa and revealed a little more about what it’s really like inside the villa.

“That room where they get ready. The mess they make… I thought I was bad with my friends. I remember going in there and there’s make-up on the floor, they’re messier than I am!”

The 36-year-old presenter revealed that she thinks the secret to the show’s success is that the contestants are just like everybody watching.

“The feelings and what the Islanders go through are so relatable,” she explained. “Everything from unrequited love to getting pied off… we see it all in Love Island.”

“I think everyone is ready for Love Island to be back – myself included,” Laura added.

Love Island starts at 9pm Monday 28th June on ITV2 and ITV Hub. Episodes are available the following morning on BritBox

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