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Love Island bosses 'launch private investigation over fix row after formal complaints'

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the Sun claim telly executives have quizzed staff on the popular ITV2 dating series over the closeness between two talent agencies who regularly represent the up-and-coming reality stars.The outlet claims the talent firms – whose names have been kept under wraps – sometimes approached future contestants just hours before they signed up to take part on the hugely popular TV show.READ MORE:Love Island's Gemma and Luca split fears as they 'struggle to admit true feelings'While there has been no suggestion of criminal activity at play, the continued coincidence has prompted fears that staff were tipping off the agents for a healthy price.Concerns have since been raised by the country's eight leading talent agents who have since reportedly wrote to ITV.Some firms even went on to share their beliefs that specific Islanders had been given a more favourable edit on the reality show, therefore improving their chances of winning the show.The publication stated that there is no suggestion that any of the stars from this year’s series were involved in the backdoor scheme.They include hit winners Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu and Davide Sanclimenti, runners-up Gemma Owen and Luca Bish and finalists Tasha Ghouri and Andrew Le Page.Do you have a story about one of this year's Love Island stars?

Contact us at staronlineshowbiz@reachplc.comThe publication claim ITV’s investigation found no wrongdoings, with a spokesman from the broadcaster stating there was “no financial agreement in place” with agents.The news outlet goes on to claim that one of the agencies – which represents a number of household names – is thought to have somehow repeatedly learnt contestants’ identities in advance.This inside knowledge allowed the company to sign up the.

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