News: Love Island fans’ call for contestants to cut out noisy kissing when romantic action heats up

News: Love Island fans’ call for contestants to cut out noisy kissing when romantic action heats up

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Squeamish Love Island fans have called for the sound to be turned down when the action in the villa heats up.

Viewers took to Twitter to complain that intimate moments on the latest episode of the ITV2 dating show made them feel sick.

Fans were turned off by noise levels during kissing scenes from the villa – which proved too much for some.

Michael and Amber share a kiss – but viewers want the noise levels turned down
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One fan said: “Can they take their mics off then they kiss pls cringe sounds.”

Even voice over, comedian Iain Stirling said: “Ugh, I hate the sound of people kissing,” when Curtis and Amy shared an moment in the Hideaway, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Another viewer posted: “kissing sounds make me wanna be sick everywhere.”

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A third said: “Could the slurping sounds please be muted.”

Lights out in the Love Island villa
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While a fourth added: “Cannot deal with the kissing sounds in love island… turn down the mics plssssssss”

Curtis and Amy enjoyed a night in the Hideaway, taking their relationship to the next step by becoming half-boyfriend and half-girlfriend.

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