In an interview with the Daily Star, Love Island 2017 contestant Tyla Carr said producers of the show were on site, sometimes prompting the Islanders to discuss certain things or reshoot scenes "to make it better viewing."
A spokesperson for Love Island said "it is absolutely untrue to suggest Love Island is fake", adding that the show is a combination of reality and produced elements."
— Daily Papers (@ukpapers) July 1, 2018
Me If the producers are purposely messing with Jack and Dani on Love Island pic.twitter.com/La6s7AckAU
— Lowri (@LowriBrown_) July 1, 2018