Love Island viewers claimed to be surprised by the Unseen Bits episode that aired on Saturday, as they spotted “new islanders” in the villa.
The special episode replays the big moments of the week, while also airing some bits that did not air.
But some viewers were quick to point out some “new” faces were on the show, who they hadn’t seen in the week.
It wasn’t as it seemed though, with fans simply mocking the lack of air-time certain islanders had during the main show.
Viewers were left infuriated by the episode as they saw a lot of islander Callum Macleod, just a day after he was dumped from the island.
Not only that, but fans commented how they were being shown more of Yewande and Michael in 15 minutes than they’d seen in the past five days.
Taking to Twitter , fans commented on the air-time issues, calling for the series to show more of all of the islanders.
One viewer tweeted: “Can’t believe you missed #LoveIsland “Unseen Bits” there were 4 new islanders – Sherif, Michael, Callum and Yewlande.”
Another said: “Why is it that the most we’ve seen of Michael is on the UNSEEN bits then?”
A third commented: “We’ve seen more of Yewande, Callum and Michael in this one ‘round up’ episode than we have in the past 5 days.”
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Some fans were really not happy about Callum’s exit, claiming the special episode showed him in a different light to the main show, and they felt robbed.
One fan said: “Nah Callum was really hard done by from the producers. He's so funny and lovely . Never mind the body and his smile. Fuming.”
A second agreed: “Okay this is not right, Love Island did Callum dirtyyyyy. Why just whyyyyy, he was alright, he needed more time.”
Love Island airs all week at 9pm on ITV2.
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