Love Island fans question if ITV bosses have foot fetish after toe sucking challenge

Love Island fans have been left wondering if ITV bosses have a foot fetish after a cringe-inducing toe-sucking challenge was included in 2022 series premiere on Monday.

After a day of settling in their villa, the new Islanders took part in an ice-breaker game which saw them each carry out a dare as a way of testing out the freshly-formed couples.

One challenge that had the new housemates and viewers cringing alike was the toe-sucking one, which saw contestant Dami Hope being dared to suck the feet of one of the islanders he fancied the most.

Without much hesitation, the 26 year old went up to Amber Beckford, 24, and began the toe-sucking — leaving Love Island fans quite disturbed.

“The producer with a foot fetish sneaking the toe sucking dare in every year,” one person tweeted.

Another wrote: "First it was Jake recording the toes last season, now its Dami sucking them? Why do these producers have obsessions with toe nibbling."

One viewer called for Love Island bosses to dismiss the challenge altogether from now on, as they commented: “PRODUCERS WE DON'T WANT TO SEE NO TOE SUCKING, WHAT PART OF THAT DO YOUS NOT UNDERSTAND?????”

Another fan agreed, adding: "Calling Ofcom about the toe sucking.”

Another person said: "In the #LoveIsland production room they have the guy with a foot fetish and the guy with an obsession with having islanders spit food in each other's mouths.”

Many viewers mentioned to previous contestant Jake Cornish, from last year’s Love Island, who proclaimed at the time that he was “obsessed” over feet and had a penchant for toe-sucking.

“This is giving me flashbacks to Jake recording the toe sucking last year, i’m still traumatised #LoveIsland,” a fan tweeted.

Another added: “Jake would be thriving in the villa with all the toe sucking content going on #LoveIsland”.

At the beginning of last night's Love Island, the couples were paired up by the public for the first time.

While some contestants appeared initially pleased at their pairings, others were clearly not as excited about it, along with some viewers who took to Twitter to voice their opinions.

“They should have let everybody pair up first, THEN swapped to public chosen people. Would have been chaotic,” one person commented, as someone else said: "I want to know which public they asked to couple the islanders together."

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