Holly Willougby broke her impartiality on This Morning to discuss the programme on many people's lips right now - Love Island.
The ITV2 dating show returned to our screens early last month and it has already been a wild ride as a fresh bunch of singletons attempt to find love over the summer.
But while it may be what a lot of people are talking about, it's not always a good thing as it was revealed today (Monday, July 5), a month into the eighth series, that more than 700 complaints have been officially logged so far with broadcasting watchdog Ofcom.
The drama, however, still keeps coming as the villa is currently divided following Casa Amor's return late last week. The boy and girls have been separated, with the likes of Paige, Gemma, Indiyah and Ekin-Su having been sent off to a second property where they were joined by six new male contestants. READ MORE: ITV This Morning's Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield visibly stunned as guest describes how she bagged Prince Andrew's Newsnight interview Meanwhile, the boys have stayed at the main Mallorcan villa where they have been joined by six new girls who are keen to find a new beau and have already ruffled feathers.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk