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Love Island mock other dating shows in latest trailer ahead of this summer's show

By Bev Lyons

Love Island have mocked other dating shows in their latest trailer ahead of this summer's show.

Showcasing their trailer online Love Island wrote: "This is a public service announcement from the OGs of love." #LoveIsland

They then posted a video which references a whole host of other famed dating shows and apps from Blind Dates to Bumble and Love Is Blind.

Scots born voiceover artist and comedian Iain Stirling tells viewers in the trailer: “Adios blind dates. Au revoir romantic weekends away.

"Arrivederci to the language of love. Is that a text in your pocket or are you just excited to see us?

“That’s right, the OGs of love are here, letting you know that this summer, love is ours. So to all you pretenders, stand down… cos this is our patch.”

He continues: “We might sound like we’re chatting a load of old bumble, but we know you’ll be swiping our way.

224 Islanders have walked through the villa doors in classic Love Island slow mo, but hey, don’t take it from me – our bromances, babies and brides can tell you why we are number one.

“So get ready, ’cause this summer, love isn’t blind, it’s neon. And we can deffo handle the heat, we’ve got a fire pit, mate. Love, we own it.”

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