Love Island fans slam Luca and Dami for 'gross' reactions during dares | The Sun

LOVE Island fans have slammed Luca Bish and Dami Hope for their "gross" reactions to two girls kissing in a game of dares.

Last night viewers watched a group game in which the Islanders learnt saucy secrets about their fellow contestants.

One fact revealed to the group was that paramedic Paige has kissed 10 girls.

Afterwards, some of the boys reflected on the challenge, with Dami looking perplexed by Paige's reveal, while Luca said he wanted her to send him pictures of the kisses.

The debrief was followed by a game of dares that saw Amber Beckford, 24, give her best chat-up line to Tasha Ghouri in the form of a kiss.

Luca claimed it wasn't a fair pick, presumably wanting her to hook up with one of the guys, saying: “You can’t do that.”

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Viewers weren't impressed by the lads' attitudes towards same sex kissing, with one writing on Twitter: "not Luca saying girls can’t kiss girls, and then saying he wants to see the pics of Paige kissing girls in the same 24 hours, grow up."

Another said: "Luca is so gross asking to send the pics of Paige kissing girls, wasn't he just chatting that amber and Tasha couldn’t kiss last night ??"

Ahead of the series, Good Morning Britain newsman, 48, Sean Fletcher stepped in to deliver sessions on how the Islanders could better interact with others of differing abilities, backgrounds and genders.

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ITV said: "Ahead of this series, contributors on the show will be offered video training and guidance covering inclusive language around disability, sexuality, race and ethnicity, behaviours and microaggressions.

"The inclusion training, which Islanders are offered prior to entering the Villa, consists of conversations chaired by BCOMS (Black Collective of Media in Sport) founder Leon Mann MBE and including DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) consultant Hayley Bennett, disability specialist Shani Dhanda and broadcaster Sean Fletcher.

"These discussions will tackle topics including inclusive language, behaviour, creating safe spaces and being a good ally."

It comes as 2019 Islander Sherif Lane was booted from the villa after accidentally kicking fellow Islander Molly-Mae Hague in the groin and calling it a "c*** punch".

The following year Connor Durman was forced to apologise after The Sun revealed he had sent racist text messages to an ex-girlfriend after they were leaked.

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