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Susan Knox

Love Island viewers gag over 'vomit-inducing' challenge as they beg producers to axe segment

Love Island viewers have pleaded with producers to axe a 'vomit-inducing' challenge which they feel needs to end as soon as possible.

It was challenge day for the islanders as the Casa Amor contestants went head-to-head with the main villa with the hopes of winning a wild party for the night ahead.

However, before they were granted the go ahead from Love Island bosses, the islanders were given the task of performing several different sex positions and kissing the contestant who they found most attractive in the latest saucy challenge.

All was going well, until two of the islanders - one in Casa Amor and one in the main villa - were faced with the task of 'sucking all ten toes of the person they fancied the most in the villa'.

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Love Island viewers watched in horror as Sammy fell to his knees to suck Gabby's toes.

"OMG this is literally vomit-inducing!!!!!!! Love Island producers are actually sick in the head. Whyyyy is it always toes," one complained.

"Gagging at Love Island, once again," another echoed.

Love Island viewers watched in horror over the 'vomit-inducing' challenge (ITV)

"I had to actually look away during that challenge! These challenges need to stop asap," someone else fumed.

"Honestly, I have never in real life heard so much about foot fetishes other than this show. Ew," another shared.

It comes as viewers can expect most if not all of the couples to be at risk as Casa Amor hits.

Love Island fans gag over 'vomit-inducing' challenge as they beg producers to stop (ITV)

The new girls have vowed to go all out to get the men that they want, and bag a place in the main villa.

While some of the newcomers have shared exactly who they are after and how they plan to steal the men from the original girls, others have claimed who is most likely to have their heads turned.

One girl even suggested she was going to turn the head of one particular boy, with other girls "confident" in themselves when it comes to Casa Amor.

The twist that happens every series sees the boys and girls split up and put into two different villas, as new girls and boys enter in a bid to test their romances.

Love Island airs every night at 9pm on Virgin Media and the Virgin Media Player.

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