Love Island’s big fallout caused ITV Player to crash – and viewers are panicking

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Love Island's big fallout caused ITV Player to crash – and viewers are panicking



Love Island’s big fallout caused ITV Player to crash amid the drama (Picture: ITV)It’s officially time to panic guys – ITV Player has crashed leaving Love Island viewers everywhere hanging wondering what’s going on.
As the dramatic fallout of last night’s recoupling unfolded, fans flooded the streaming service wanting to see what happening.

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Unfortunately, when switching on to ITV player, they had no luck and were kept on the loading screen.
That meant they missed the essential first parts of the show – including Amber Gill letting loose on Michael Griffiths for ditching her and leaving her single for new girl Joanna Chimonides.
Curtis Pritchard also laid his feelings out on the table about Jourdan Riane with his current ‘half-girlfriend’, Amy Hart.
Spoilers: Chances are after admitting he went back to her after being rejected for Danny Williams, there’s not going to be half of anything anymore.
Naturally, viewers were livid wanting to know what the hell was going on.

Metro.co.uk has contacted ITV for comment.
All hell broke loose on tonight’s episode of Love Island, with the villa divided over whose side to take over the new recouplings.
While Anna Vakili made things up with Jordan Hames – after leaving him for Ovie Soko – the girls rallied around Amber after Michael called her childish and not expressing her feelings enough.
Defending her actions of awkwardly laughing, she said: ‘It’s just what I do, it’s not out of disrespect for anyone because I had loads of respect for you.
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‘Maybe it was wrong of me to just assume you understood way that I was and I should have said look I’m not being disrespectful, just laughing in these situations because it’s a bit awkward or I don’t really know what to say.’
Love Island continues 9pm on ITV2.

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